With the added magnesium I was discussing in last post that may be why so few had bone pain as magnesium is important in bone health and most people are also deficient of it.  So, based on my experience I do not believe that remineralization bone pain probably is not much of an issue. 

At least if you also take magnesium. Do some have it? Yes, but it shouldn’t last months or even years. 

So, what is it? Well those on this website I am referring to are also taking additional vitamin K2 which I did not have the people I treated back then take. 

Also, many with this bone pain were either not taking additional magnesium or what taking I believe are inadequate doses. So, could this bone pain also be from taking higher doses of vitamin K2 particularly the MK-4 type? 

As remember there are bacteria in our guts can produce vitamin K2 and in some their diets already have it. Yes, maybe our guts initially cannot produce it after being “ill” for so long. But not an issue after the optimal dose of vitamin D3 kicks restoring our immune system. 

This resulting in our gut again supporting the bacteria that produce useful chemicals like vitamin K2.  Remember vitamin K2 is produced in fermented foods. If nothing else our large intestine is a fermenter. Perhaps if your vitamin D3 deficient then additional vitamin K2 at least initially is really needed. 

I certainly believe it can help but there are several things to consider. One is I try to keep the type and number of supplements, vitamins and minerals to a minimum. Perhaps you are the type who has twenty bottles of them and don’t mind taking a glass full of them twice a day. 

Most people do mindn’t,  and are often overwhelmed if not simple and have stressful lives. Not that they are not intelligent or care, but they are busy or perhaps skeptical. Hey lots of scams out there. So, I try to develop trust bit by bit. Plus, last thing I want to do is harm or mislead anyone. 

We are all different and my goal is to improve your health such that you need very few additional supplements, vitamins or minerals. Much of this I hope comes through how vitamin D3 changes your healthBut not on its own. It is the key though.

Additional substances for example whether to take vitamin K2. Once we have higher blood levels of vitamin D3. Your immune system is restored. Then your gut starts healing and your able to produce vitamin K2.

So, perhaps you need less or no supplementation of vitamin K2 as you will have more in your diet and your gut is able to produce more. However, if you are still inflamed or your osteoporosis or atherosclerosis is not resolving perhaps you do. Reason more research is needed.

Back to what I found when after taking both the vitamin K2 in the MK-4 and MK-7 types. Once I stopped both I discovered my gastritis returned with a vengeance. Which though I was able to sleep much deeper the abdominal pain was offsetting much of the improvement I had from stopping them. 

What this allowed me to do was make a connection. As off and on for decades I had gastritis and peptic ulcer disease for which I took Zantac and often Tums for. Well soon after I started the vitamin K2 the NK-7 type my abdominal pain receded but I had not notice.

That is until now with stopping both the vitamin K2 MK-7 and MK-4 types. When my gastric pain has returned. So, I restarted only that form. Initially at low doses. As while initially on and again starting the MK-7 type of vitamin K2 I no longer needed to take any medication for my abdominal pain. 

*The information posted above is for educational purposes only. Always check with your doctor before initiating any changes in your medical treatment. If you do not, then The Two-Minute Health Fact, Dr. Judson Somerville, nor The Optimal Dose is responsible!


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