Why isn't vitamin K2 tracked by cronometer?

edited June 23 in General Nutrition

I'm no expert, but I've read that Vitamin K2 is important for bone health, and that it is only found in animal foods and certain fermented dishes (although small amounts are also produced by your gut bacteria). Is all this true? Then why isn't Vitamin K2 tracked by cronometer?

Thanks

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