I would take a separate K supplement. I think the combination in one supplement is just for convenience' sake. I would get my D levels checked in a month and then through testing find the level of supplementation that keeps my D levels in the normal range.samarkand wrote:A year on and my Holistic MD did a Vitamin D test which It came back at 204 mmol/L - over the ref range 50-150.
Based on that she has stopped the A.D.K which had
Vitamin D3 (as Cholecalciferol) 5,000 IU 1,250%
Vitamin K2 (as MK-7) 500 mcg 625%
Currently I'm off all medications and on the PT so would it be advisable to take an alternative supplement for 'K' - (e.g. Super K with advanced K2 complex), and will it work without any vit D supplementation?
Currently taking Ascorsine9 - 4 scoops pd. + adding some ascorbic acid and lipisomal C. Total about 9000 mg C (Bowel tolerance is about 11-12,000).
Once the D has lowered to within the ref. range would adding/substituting some Ascorsine9 with PTEF be useful. (includes 50mg Vit D as cholecalciferol in one scoop).
Interested to hear opinions please.
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