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Comments by Flovin
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    @rhonda, how much should I consume of vitamin K2? Could you post the brand that you use?

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      I previously used MK-7 (50 micrograms) by NOW brand but have switched to use Thorne vitamin D and vitamin k2 drops which contains MK-4. One drop contains 100 micrograms. (I also supplement with additional vitamin D capsules from thorne). The reason for the switch has do do with the fact that Thorne is a trusted brand whereas NOW is a soso brand. Both Mk-4 and Mk-7 are good. More studies have used MK-4 but Mk-7 has a longer half-life which is why 100 micrograms of MK-4 is what I take. @Shelbyrlff @Shelbyrlff

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        Hi again @rhonda. I really appreciate to be able to write to you and I’m a huge fan! I read something about synthetic multivitamins vs. natural multivitamins. And that the synthetic ones are not good for you because of “synthetics are made from derivatives of coal tar - a known carcinogen found in cigarette smoke” and many other cases. - https://www.globalhealingcenter.com/natural-health/synthetic-vs-natural-vitamins/ - http://www.foodmatters.com/article/how-to-tell-if-a-vitamin-is-natural-or-synthetic

        The only “natural multivitamins” that people suggested were there two: 1. https://www.iherb.com/pr/Natural-Factors-Whole-Earth-Sea-Women-s-50-Multivitamin-Mineral-60-Tablets/66428 and 2. https://www.iherb.com/pr/Garden-of-Life-MyKind-Organics-Women-s-Once-Daily-60-Vegan-Tablets/58122

        Would you ever switch over to these brands? What do you think of this debate of real and fake vitamins?