Hey all. I'll spare you the sordid details of the various health conditions I've inherited. Suffice it to say that after much research and consultation, I'm convinced that trying a Vitamin K2 (MK-4) supplement is a good idea for me. I'm aware of all of the great dietary sources, but said afflictions limit my options.
The only thing I'm unconvinced about is how much to take. For my current state (5'9", 175lbs, strong, active, paleo, some underlying inflammation), I've seen recommendations that run from 120mcg to 45g per day. That seems like a huuuge variation. My primary motivation is the prevention of atherosclerosis and other cardiac nasties.
If you take K2, where do you lie on the dosage spectrum and why?