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Chris masterjohn recommends 200mcg of k2 per day for optimal health. I haven't heard Peat give a recommendation on k2 quantity, other than the classic 1mg of k per 325mg aspirin tablet.

There's roughly 30mcg of k2 in a pastured egg.

There's roughly 90mcg of k2 (conservatively) in 1.5tbsp of cultured butter. This figure is based on a study that found roughly this amount in cultured cheeses. The K2 in cultured cheese is concentrated in its fat, and butter obviously has more fat than cheese. Cheeses are usually 22-30% milk fat, with butters usually 80%.

Google tells me Muenster and Jarlsberg cheeses are the richest in k2.

Frying 2 pastured eggs in 1.5tbsp cultured butter and having a few ounces of good cultured cheese either with breakfast or dinner, nets ~215mcg.

Add the k2 in milk, which increases in k2 PER CALORIE as the milk fat % does, and it becomes quite easy to hit 400mcg of k2 even while drinking skim milk, the least k2 dense of the milks.

Nice work, thank you

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