Related tags: healthy aging, Nutrition, Pharmacology, Statins, Vitamin e function sanitize_gpt_value2(gptValue) { var vOut=”"; var aTags = gptValue.split(‘,’); var reg = new RegExp(‘\W+’, “g”); for (var i=0; i < aTags.length; i++) { vOut += aTags[i].trim().replace(reg, '-').substring(0,40); if(i!=(aTags.length-1)) vOut +=', '; } vOut = vOut.toLowerCase(); return vOut; } $(document).ready(function() { dataLayerNews = {}; dataLayerNews.related_tags = sanitize_gpt_value2("healthy aging, Nutrition, Pharmacology, Statins, Vitamin e"); dataLayer.push(dataLayerNews); }); The GG stands for Geranylgeraniol, a compound synthesized endogenously in the human body via the mevalonate pathway.  It’s the same biochemical pathway by which cholesterol, heme A, dolichol and ubiquinone (CoQ10) are synthesized.  According to DFH, GG is important in the vitamin K1 to K2 synthesis. Vitamin K2 has been shown in many studies to be important for the mobility of calcium into and out of the bones, and in helping to forestall the deposition of calcium in the arteries. GG is also part of the synthesis of CoQ10.  This substance can be...