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Re: Reversing tooth decay and cavities naturally

Post Number:#61  Post by skyorbit » Sun Dec 09, 2012 11:49 pm

Is their anybody else that sells a high dose K2-7? I don't really need the complex. I can get high dose k1, and k2-4 easily enough.

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Re: Reversing tooth decay and cavities naturally

Post Number:#62  Post by randian » Mon Dec 10, 2012 4:00 am

skyorbit wrote:Is their anybody else that sells a high dose K2-7? I don't really need the complex. I can get high dose k1, and k2-4 easily enough.

The Invite Health product was one of the highest I've seen. Source Naturals appears to have a 500mcg menaquinone-7 product. Vitamin Research Products has a K2 product with an astounding 15mg K2, but it's not broken down into -4 and -7 forms so it's probably all -4. Carlson Labs has a similar 5mg K2 product.

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Re: Reversing tooth decay and cavities naturally

Post Number:#63  Post by Saw » Mon Dec 10, 2012 11:16 am

the lef.org one has

1000mcg K1
1000mcg K2-4,
and depending on who's doing the telling
200mcg K2-7 + olive oil


Interesting, it appears they have changed their "Super K" formula as of sept 2012.
Previously this product contained only 100 mcg MK-7
though it also used to contain 215 mg MCT oil (replaced with olive oil)
Even a Blind Squirrel makes his own vitamin C.

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Re: Reversing tooth decay and cavities naturally

Post Number:#64  Post by skyorbit » Mon Dec 10, 2012 10:02 pm

randian wrote:
skyorbit wrote:Is their anybody else that sells a high dose K2-7? I don't really need the complex. I can get high dose k1, and k2-4 easily enough.

The Invite Health product was one of the highest I've seen. Source Naturals appears to have a 500mcg menaquinone-7 product. Vitamin Research Products has a K2 product with an astounding 15mg K2, but it's not broken down into -4 and -7 forms so it's probably all -4. Carlson Labs has a similar 5mg K2 product.


Does anybody have a link where to get it from Source naturals? I went to their website, and could only find k2. It was mk-7, but it was only 100 mcg.

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Post Number:#65  Post by randian » Tue Dec 11, 2012 12:20 am

skyorbit wrote:
randian wrote:
skyorbit wrote:Is their anybody else that sells a high dose K2-7? I don't really need the complex. I can get high dose k1, and k2-4 easily enough.

The Invite Health product was one of the highest I've seen. Source Naturals appears to have a 500mcg menaquinone-7 product. Vitamin Research Products has a K2 product with an astounding 15mg K2, but it's not broken down into -4 and -7 forms so it's probably all -4. Carlson Labs has a similar 5mg K2 product.


Does anybody have a link where to get it from Source naturals? I went to their website, and could only find k2. It was mk-7, but it was only 100 mcg.

Here's where I saw it.

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Re: Reversing tooth decay and cavities naturally

Post Number:#66  Post by skyorbit » Tue Dec 11, 2012 9:51 pm

Thanks Randian.

I was a little skeptical it was m-7 because on their corporate site, it says it's m-4, but then it said it was derived from Natto, so it must be a different product.

I wonder why it's not at source naturals site.

<shrug>

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Re: Reversing tooth decay and cavities naturally

Post Number:#67  Post by skyorbit » Fri Dec 28, 2012 8:27 pm

So, I ordered that m-7, and never got it and never recieved any kind of confirmation e-mail or anything. So I e-mailed them through their customer service section online, and never got any response. So, I'm not really feeling comfortable doing business with that vendor. Oh well, I guess I'll have to make do with the high dose m4 I have.


I have a question though. I asked this earlier and never got a response. In the Weston Price protocol, when it says "low carb diet what exactly does that mean? Under 40 grams a day? Under 50g? I'm wondering if there's a more precise/quantitative book I can read about the subject then the one I got.

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Re: Reversing tooth decay and cavities naturally

Post Number:#68  Post by dementor » Fri Jan 25, 2013 12:50 pm

remember it can only work if u never eat with the affected tooth

so make sure no food touches the tooth (especially food with carbs or acid in it)

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Re: Reversing tooth decay and cavities naturally

Post Number:#69  Post by skyorbit » Sat Jan 26, 2013 1:19 pm

I've pretty much stopped eating bread, or grains or wheat of any kind. Or refined sugar.
I gargle with Sodium Ascorbate daily. And brush them twice a day also, so they're staying clean.
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Post Number:#70  Post by skyorbit » Fri Feb 08, 2013 12:23 pm

http://www.westonaprice.org/fat-soluble ... a-on-trial

I would recommend reading this.

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Re: Reversing tooth decay and cavities naturally

Post Number:#71  Post by skyorbit » Fri Feb 08, 2013 12:27 pm

Does anybody know aproximently how much K2 is in Green Pastures High Vitamin Butter oil?

http://www.greenpasture.org/public/Prod ... /index.cfm

Has their been any independent studies? The company itself doesn't really believe that K2 is the whole story (they're probably right) so it's really not something they measure regularly.

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