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K is present in almost all food substances. It’s unlikely that anyone has K deficiency.
I think there is a misprint.Fiber should be inGms,not mg.
In the UK we are told at our latitude (52 degrees north like N. York) that we do not get enough vitamin D from sunshine and the NHS recommends a Vitamin D supplement 0f 25 micrograms daily in winter. We take it and it helped with covid as it helps the immune system.
These were some good points for me.
Do you mean grams not mg of dietary fiber?
Vitamin D best source Sun Light
Get outside, might even get some exercise gardening, walking etc 👍😀
You don’t mention magnesium and I thought magnesium was needed for calcium absorption. Lack of magnesium causes calcium to be pulled
From the bones.
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