johnjackson wrote:so is this any different than PT?
..videos are a lazy man's way to avoid writing
pamojja wrote:nation products, it contains a whooping 25mg of K2-mk4, 5mg of K1 and 500mcg of K2-mk7 per pill. Of which he still takes 2 per day. The reason for such high doses is that he is into very exotic lab testing for adjusting his course of action, and with the only proximate lab-test for K2, uncarboxylatedOsteocalcin found, that the sky is the limit to get this marker of insufficient vitamin K2 down. You could learn a bid more of the science behind by listening to this video, or by spending many hours on his website. Which has become the most extensive accumulation of all vitamin K research in one place. New studies added constantly.
AngieLynn wrote:I wonder if the high dose K2 could cause excessive blood clotting?
AngieLynn wrote:Also I wonder if that high dose k2 product is gluten and dairy free. Would anyone know?
pamojja wrote:AngieLynn wrote:I wonder if the high dose K2 could cause excessive blood clotting?
Very well referenced information on clotting at this link: http://www.k-vitamins.com/index.php?page=ClottingAngieLynn wrote:Also I wonder if that high dose k2 product is gluten and dairy free. Would anyone know?
I would directly ask. They have a contact page. He is a honest seller.
johnjackson wrote:I cant buy this stuff!!
NO place, not the site you mention nor amazon hasve it in stock!
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