Following up on an earlier question contemplating the optimal "Paleo" vitamin dose, which foods would be good starting points for ascertaining recommended fat soluble vitamin ratios?
Do you know the A-D-K-E ratio of any "whole" foods?
At the end of a long piece on cod liver oil manufacturing, naturally fermented oil seems to have an A:D ratio between 1:1 and 2:1.
The K quantity in naturally fermented oil is pretty low, 4-8 mg K per g of oil. But that should be no surprise as Price's experience was needing to add butter oil 23-25 mg K per g of oil to cod oil.
I need to look of the butter oil to cod oil ratio Price used to get an overall A:D:K, though at that point we are no longer dealing with a "whole" food.
As pointed out in the other thread, it makes no sense to include D in this, as paleo man got most of his D from the sun. The food that contains the most D, liver, probably contains too much A compared to D.
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