Prof. Dr. med. Dennis Goodman: Vitamin K2: The Missing Nutrient for Heart and Bone Health

Prof. Dr. med. Dennis Goodman: Vitamin K2: The Missing Nutrient for Heart and Bone Health

https://www.amazon.de/Vitamin-K2-Missing-Nutrient-Health/dp/149697087X/ref=sr_1_1?s=books-intl-de&ie=UTF8&qid=1477149511&sr=1-1&keywords=Vitamin+K2%3A+The+Missing+Nutrient+for+Heart+and+Bone+Health

Vitamin K2 Workshop

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DTspHSbuxQU

= http://d.mp3vhs.de/BOAI/Filme/34.mp4

On Amazon.com:

„Well, well, well.
This (e)book is fine, ok…
Part of the people who are convinced that calcium only needs vitamin D to be metabolized will learn from this well documented book.
Furthermore several points are annoying :

– the difference between K1 and K2 are not clear
– the author insists too much on „the most available form mk7 of the K2, natto blablabla“. Maybe mk7 is superior to mk4 because of his longer half-life, mk-4 is by far no useless, remember the activator X discovered by Weston Price, the butter oil which worked to remineralize teeth was only MK4. And the only form of K2 that can reach the brain is mk4…which suggests mk4 plays a role in the neuronal tissue. This is not as simple as he says.
– role of vitamin A in remodeling bones/teeth…where is vitamin A in this book ? Never seen.
– The elephant in the room. Well, he can discuss about vitamin K2 and the little story about his discovery without citing Weston Price or Chris Masterjohn…

Don’t misunderstand me : it’s a fine book to globally understand vitamin K2 and its role in activating K2-dependent proteins (osteocalcin & matrix gla protein). You can begin by reading this book, indeed it’s worth. But I suggest reading Vitamin K2, The Calcium Paradox by Kate Rheaume Bleue instead. This one is more accurate and longer too.“