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Reddit mentions of Thorne Research - Vitamin D/K2 Liquid (Metered Dispenser) - Dietary Supplement with Vitamins D3 and K2 to Support Healthy Bones and Muscles - 1 fluid ounce (30 mL)

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Thorne Research - Vitamin D/K2 Liquid (Metered Dispenser) - Dietary Supplement with Vitamins D3 and K2 to Support Healthy Bones and Muscles - 1 fluid ounce (30 mL)
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  • Bone & Muscle Health: Both vitamin D and vitamin K2 support bone and muscle health, along with cardiovascular health and immune function
  • Promote Calcium Absorption: Vitamin D is necessary for calcium absorption, and vitamin K is important for directing calcium to the bones and away from the soft tissues, such as the blood vessels and kidneys
  • Combo Effect: Vitamin D/K2 Liquid is a convenient way to supplement with both vitamins D3 and K2, which offer greater support together
  • Free From: Doesn't contain gluten, eggs, tree nuts, peanuts, dairy, yeast, soy, fish, or shellfish
  • Trusted: Thorne is chosen by champions and trusted by 100+ pro teams. Thorne is the only supplement manufacturer to collaborate with Mayo Clinic on wellness research and content. Thorne is also a proud partner of 11 U.S. Olympic Teams
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Found 9 comments on Thorne Research - Vitamin D/K2 Liquid (Metered Dispenser) - Dietary Supplement with Vitamins D3 and K2 to Support Healthy Bones and Muscles - 1 fluid ounce (30 mL):

u/dihard · 6 pointsr/Fitness

Good to see Vitamin K added, I've been curious about it. I found it interesting in Weston Price's writings that he found populations eating lots of grassfed dairy and/or natto seemed to have amazing cardiovascular and bone/teeth health. This 'x-factor' nutrient as he called it was later believed to be vitamin k. Have a bunch of questions:

It seems like mk4 (the animal version) is used a lot in the studies and I've seen some claim it's superior to the natto based mk7. But I'm curious why you stated mk7 might be "better than MK-4 at the same stuff" when it seemed like mk4 was the one specifically used in the studies that found bone growth effects, cancer fighting effects, suppression of negative vitamin d effects? From what I read in the article I would have come to the opposite conclusion, was this a typo or am I missing something?

I've been taking the mk4 (animal version) myself and the one product I've found that uses it (instead of mk7) is this vitamin d/k from Thorne. It has a ratio of 1000IU D to 200 mcg K2 (mk4), or 7500 D to 1500mcg if going by your recommended 1500mcg value. Do you think this ratio is too high on the vitamin D side? I might try their pure vitamin K drops so I can make my own ratio, but what would you say is ideal (it sounds like these two vitamins work closely together from your article)?

If too much vitamin D relative to K can cause issues like calcification, is there any harm in the opposite case, too much K relative to D? Particularly for the high dose mk4 (45000mcg) 'bone growth' doses you talked about. Were any side/negative effects noted at all?

Finally, I've read that grass fed dairy and animal products will contain higher levels of K. I'm not sure if there are any measurements but if you can find any it'd be interesting to see listed side by side with non-grass fed counterparts.

u/herman_gill · 6 pointsr/Supplements

In the future I would buy

this magnesium and this d3+k2 instead. Cheaper and the magnesium's likely more effective.

You can take all three in the morning if you want. Magnesium isn't inherently sedating, it's relaxing.

The ones I would personally avoid is taking D or ALCAR at night, everything else is fair game.

If you wanna do D, K, ALCAR in the morning, and Mag at night, that's perfectly fine also.

Also if you're at all interested in taking a multivitamin instead, I'd recommend Legion Triumph (disclosure: I've had some input on it's design, not receiving any royalties or anything like that, though).

u/SparklingLimeade · 2 pointsr/soylent

The calcium/vitK/vitD pills? You could replace those with any other sources of vitamin D and K that you like. The calcium portion is unnecessary. There are several other supplements that would work. Thorne research and NOW are two popular options. You may be able to find others that are easier for you to get.

To give you an idea of what would be missing, if you omitted that ingredient entirely you'd only be short about 1/3 your vitamin D and 1/2 your vitamin K. The D can be made up with sunlight and if you eat greens with any regularity that would make up the K.

u/Tenaciousgreen · 1 pointr/Supplements

I use a D3/K2 liquid from Thorne. That is a lot of D3 and K2 though, I'd be more comfortable taking a lower dose daily, but he's the doctor. Keep in mind that K is a blood clotting agent, so don't go adding large amounts without a lot of research.


As for magnesium, I recommend ionic, glycinate, or malate. 400mg per day is the recommended, but you can get your RBC Mag levels tested to see if you need to add it as a supplement. Most people are deficient.

u/sesameena · 1 pointr/Supplements

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u/m00k0w · 0 pointsr/explainlikeimfive

It is 100% our diet and lifestyle that causes tooth decay.

Two factors:

One is physical damage to the teeth from microorganisms + carbohydrates. Things like stress causing tooth grinding contribute as well. All of these can be controlled behaviorally.

The second potentially more important is the lack of fat-soluble vitamins in today's food. Vitamins A, D, E and K are necessary for many of the processes involved in dental health, everything from saliva's and other tissue's ability to regular microorganism spread/ratios, to the actual function of tooth remineralization. We have processes intrinsic to our body which repair tooth decay. No products are necessary. But, these processes have been shunted and stopped by today's "norm" diet, leading the average person to never get enough of what is necessary to keep their teeth healthy. Neither your doctor nor your dentist knows this because it isn't taught in their schools.

There is a good book called "cure tooth decay naturally" and the information within in 100% correct and scientific. However it suggests some impractical forms of getting certain vitamins which may be kind of expensive. Here's a good way to get what you need:

Vit A: Natural cod liver oil from a brand such as Carlson's

Vit D: Supplement 5000 IU/day no matter how much sun exposure you get. Unless you're naked outside all day, you're deficient.

Vit E: Specific nuts and sees, search google.

Vit K: Supplement this one because vegetables contain Vitamin K1 while we need K2 from animal sources instead.

The reason why older civilizations got normal amounts of these vitamins is due to their radically different and wholesome diet. Eating greens, and/or the meat of animals who ate greens, provides huge amounts of all of these. Our beef today has barely anything good in it because it's grain fed a crummy empty died. If a cow has grazed and eaten what it naturally does, the vitamin levels in the meat are 10 or 100 times higher for certain substances. Still, supplementing has shown complete benefit and even reversal of tooth problems.

A third factor is the theory that applying certain dental products also contributes to the problem. Look up something called "oil pulling" to replace some of your mouthwashes and other substances.

u/scharvey · 0 pointsr/weightlifting

Might I suggest

Thorne Research - Vitamin D/K2 Liquid (Metered Dispenser) - https://smile.amazon.com/dp/B0038NF8MG