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Old Thu, May-30-19, 09:51
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Plan: Ketogenic (LCHFKD)
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Very similar story here regarding supplements. I've been taking K2 (MK7) for several years, but the interview with Theut convinced me to try a higher dose and broader range of K. The idea of moving calcium to where it belongs was what intrigued me initially, and a broader K spectrum makes sense. Along with magnesium, fish oil, and D3, those are my core supplements. I never wanted to take a boatload of stuff, as I'm not on any prescription medications, and it's far simpler that way. However, learning how to fine tune my health from this forum and many other good sources caused me to realize that supplements can be useful to target and fix those nutritional gaps that we all have.
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