I still had a few sublingual K2 tablets from my last bottle, so decided to see if the kids would be willing participants in dosing them up. Their mother being amenable, we gave it a try, and to my surprise and delight they didn't find them "gross" ... or even "YUKKY!" (If there's going to be a perpetual struggle, it's sometimes a better idea to conduct a guerrilla-style nutritional war....)
Where they live, there's a significant drive involved in acquiring raw or pastured milk, and so i'm resigned to the fact that it's not gonna happen. My daughter is interested in providing superior nutrition to her family, but with their busy young lives, there are limits to how much pastured and organ-meat, obscure vegetables and alternative-carb sources are going to be utilized. Getting vitamin K2mk4 may just depend on using a supplement.
I find it's most effective to conduct my nutritional brainwashing in small steps; even here on vacation, i managed to get my daughter to watch "FatHead" via Netflix and my laptop -- and i was pleased that my SIL seemed interested, as well. :-) There's a virtue in having a talented presenter like Tom Naughton helping one conduct the education!
Next, i'll try to get her to read Chris Masterjohn's exposition of the vitamin K story -- that's the reason for today's post, to make this information easily available. After that ... hmmm, should it be Mary Enig on fats, or J Stanton on protein, or That Paleo Guy on D...? I'm so devious!!! (She already knows about Mark's Daily Apple as an all-purpose site -- love those definitive guides.)
So anyway, when i reorder K2mk4, i'll get one for myself and have one sent to the kids as well. The next thing i get my daughter to read or watch might depend on any challenges the children encounter. That's a very powerful incentive for her to make progress in her nutritional education.