Differentiate between Vitamins K1 and K2

I really love the nutritional tracking with Cronometer, but what's the possibility of splitting up Vitamin K into Vitamins K1 and K2? Since K2 is the one that helps move calcium into bones and teeth, I personally want to know if I'm getting enough K2 from my foods. At this point, there's no way to easily tell, since the two Ks are mixed into one vitamin category.

Anyone else out there interested in figuring out their specific K2 and/or K1 levels?

Comments

  • Yes! I am interested in this discernment as well. Thanks for posting.

  • I agree! I know there is not much research on k2 food nutrition. But some can be found online at "The Ultimate K2 Resource' by Chris Masterjohn, PhD. It has a food search option.

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