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Asked by adamjason25283690200
on June 16, 2015
There is not enough evidence yet one way or the other. The very last study done showed that K1 can turn into K2 in the human body. So there is no “consensus” yet on if we need both.
If you can add up the calcium in your diet and if it comes to 500mg, then I wouldn’t take any. Go back to the 700 of mag and see what happens.
Let me say we normally recommend 5000iu a day and …
Posted by IAW | 2 hours, 37 minutes ago
After you read the info on co-factors, you have to decide whether or not there is enough in your diet and if so, then you do not have to supplement.
If there is NOT enough magnesium, you will probabl…
Posted by IAW | 2 hours, 47 minutes ago
We at the VDC promote taking a minimum of 5000 iu a day. That will get most people to a blood level of 50 ng/ml. But you will not know if that is the case unless you test your levels.
So no 2000 iu i…
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