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    I’ve been experimenting with and reading up on vitamin A, D, E and K2.

    I am starting to think A and D in the right ratio and quantity can have a positive effect.
    It seems that when I eat out and felt the meal was no good a vitamin E capsule helps. Might be placebo of course.
    Vitamin E oil works good on my skin (sunburn/ acne).
    I might have gotten some positive effects from vitamin K2 (mk4) but cant say for sure. Have been taking it for a little while and from the start I have found it more easy to keep my pee yellow and I can handle more fluids. Much of those days have been pretty hot though.

    What are your thoughts about these vitamins?

    The Real Amy

    I’ve seen benefits personally from some supplementation with fat-soluable vitamins. I think the issue is the dosage. A little might be good but because the fact that they’re fat soluble means they can build up in the body, it’s not anything you want to overdo.


    The issue about toxicity is most important with vitamin A and D, I think. It seems that people can take ridiculous amounts of K2 without adverse affects. The K2 supplement I got advises 15 drops, about 18000% of the recommended daily dose. I “only” take 1 drop though.

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