#253 9 Symptoms Indicating You May Be Low in Vitamin K2

9 Signs You May Have Vitamin K2 Deficiency

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  1. Thank you for this information. I have rheumatoid arthritis and a mouth full of cavities. I also have multiple food sensitivities – gluten, dairy, soy, legumes, oats, hemp, and psyllium. Because of this, natto is not an option. What could I eat instead? Thank you!

    • Hi Liz,

      I’m so sorry to hear about all of your food sensitivities…Here is a link to a Wikipedia article on K2 which lists the content of K2 by food type. Certainly, some sources of K2 are healthier than others. If none of these food sources work for you, please speak with your health care provider about the possible need for K2 supplementation.

      Thanks for reading!