Just curious to know what the current wisdom on this supplement is. I've been taking a few drops under the tongue of Thorne's liquid K2 and just want to be sure that it is still considered "safe" and "beneficial". Just worries me a bit seeing the constant news about calcium supplementation now being considered risky, and I wanted to check in to see if there were any updates or recent medical literature about K2 (re it's efficacy, safety, etc...)
Also, how many of you are supplementing with K2?
I have celiac/wheat allergy and my digestion was wrecked for a while. I definitely saw the effects on my nails (weird ridges, more prone to breakage, random indents and spots). Right now, I'm taking a d3/k2 supplement that comes in a coconut oil base + magnesium, as well as zinc, which my endo told me I was deficient in. It hasn't been long enough to make any sort of judgement just yet but I'll update my progress in a couple of months.
I only supplement with it in the Winter time around here (when cows and chickens go into the barn all season.)
Otherwise, I devour pastured butter, eggs, cheeses, etc in Spring/Summer/Fall months.
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