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Vit K - mk4... Would DUCK liver be as good as GOOSE liver?

Answered on August 19, 2014
Created February 13, 2013 at 11:18 AM

I need to up my vitamin K intake. Am already eating tons of kale and spinache ( and other green leafies) but that's only taking care of my K1. I'm mostly interested in mk4 of the K2 actually. And as far as I know goose liver ranks highest in terms of pure mk4 content (100%mk4). But I can only get my hands on Duck liver where I live ( trust me, I spent the whole weekend supermarket-hopping in hope to find the goose's :D).Would duck liver have a similar mk4 content? Googled my socks off, but couldn't get any wiser...

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Thanks for the answer. Yea I think the K in liver is mainly mk4, but the quantity???

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on February 13, 2013
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Burbot liver also has high K content, not sure how much of it is K2 tho. Its also very rich in vitamin D, more than cod liver.

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Thanks for the answer. Yea I think the K in liver is mainly mk4, but the quantity???

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