im going off what the previous person stated. if those claims on K2 are correct it is clearly dangerous. At a bare minimum, if supplementing its better to do a smaller dose comparable to whats found in foods. the RDA is used for K1, Mk7, and MK4 interchangeably. its around 100mcg or 120mcg... but there are no food items which can provide milligram doses of MK7 or MK4.I don't understand how you came to the conclusion that it is very dangerous and that one must drop all MK-4 supplementation.
The RDA is usually for the MK-7 form, which is in the microgram range.
One generally shouldn't supplement Vitamin E anyway and I don't know where you heard it being recommended multiple times on here.
Besides the study is from 2008 when a lot of understanding on it was not formed, and it is mostly hypothetical. I think a more modern study would be more relevent in showing the dangers.
Maybe just not taking Vitamin E and K2 on the same day. That's it.
I don't think Vitamin E supplementation is physiological honestly.
if you search vitamin E you will find many threads on it. I dont understand how you can say you havent heard of vitamin E being recommended around here when Ray has written articles about vitamin E. Its probably one of the most popular Peaty supplements, theres even one article where Peat says he doesnt recommend any supplements besides vitamin E and salt. There is some benefit to its usage when PUFA is involved, either stored or consumed.