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someone wanted to know what foods are high in vitamin k2 now vitamin k1 very different is all about stopping bleeding okay so if you’re bruising for example probably need more k1 k2 completely different k2 is about making sure calcium does not build up in the soft tissues especially in the coronary arteries also in the joints and then it takes that calcium and pushes it into the bone so it makes your bones really really strong now as far as the amounts it really depends on what you’re trying to do if you’re taking a maintenance dose let’s say it’s a hundred micrograms I would stick with that if you want a therapeutic dose go up to 400 micrograms now I recommend taking d3 with k2 at this ratio right here so if you’re taking 100 micrograms take 10,000 IU’s of d3 if you’re taking 200 micrograms of k2 take 20,000 I use okay the foods high in k2 all right at the top of the list NATO has the most k2 this is a fermented soybean product then we have goose liver duck liver chicken liver beef liver now I personally consume these in a pate egg yolk has a good amount of k2 make sure it’s pasture-raised organic eggs grass-fed beef as k2 emu oil has k2 hard and soft cheeses gouda cheese has a good amount of k2 pepperoni salami pork sausage grass-fed dairy products including butter and sour cream cream cheese has k2 and sauerkraut even has some k2 all right guys there’s your quick video on k2 thanks for watching if you’re liking this content please subscribe now and I will actually keep you updated on future videos
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In this video, we’re going to cover what you need to know about vitamin K2 and the top vitamin K2 foods.
Vitamin K1 is all about stopping bleeding.
Vitamin K2 is all about making sure calcium doesn’t build up in the soft tissues like the coronary arteries and joints. One of the benefits of vitamin K2 is that it takes calcium and pushes it into the bones, making them stronger.
How much vitamin K2 should you take?
For a maintenance dose — 100 mcg
For a therapeutic dose — Up to 400 mcg
I recommend taking D3 with K2.
D3 dosage — 10,000 IU – 40,000 IU
Foods high in vitamin K2:
• Goose Liver
• Duck Liver
• Chicken Liver
• Beef Liver (pate)
• Egg Yolk
• Grass-Fed Beef
• Emu Oil
• Hard/Soft Cheese
• Pork Sausage
• Grass-Fed Dairy
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