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How cavities form Teeth naturally self-repair as minerals found in saliva replace material lost by normal wear and tear. Bacteria interrupts this process, opening up holes (cavities) in teeth that can progress into various stages of tooth decay. Normal state: remineralization Minerals in saliva like calcium naturally deposit onto and bond with enamel, repairing any…

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Spiced Cinnamon Buttered Popcorn

Here’s a fun and delicious way to get your kids to eat more vitamin K2 grass-fed butter while avoiding the chemicals of microwave popcorn. Plus, introducing herbs and spices like turmeric and cinnamon into your kid’s diet early on expands their palate as they grow, and adds to the diversity and health of their microbiome. This popcorn is mildly spiced, so feel free to add more if they like it!

Follow these directions to make perfect stovetop popcorn, or use a popcorn maker.

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Poached Eggs

Pasture-raised eggs are another delicious and kid-friendly food high in vitamin K2. Poaching offers a perfect way to prepare an egg, where you can cook the whites while leaving the yolk runny. It’s not only delicious but it preserves vital nutrients like cholesterol and omega-3 fatty acids intact. Encourage your kids to eat egg yolks early on by mixing them into all sorts of delicious foods like sweet potatoes, squash, avocado, sautéed greens, cauliflower or mashed potatoes. If they just aren’t into having their yolks on the runny side, don’t fret, they’ll still get their vitamin K2 in scrambled or hard-boiled eggs.

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Warm Smoked Gouda and Spinach Dip

Certain cheeses like gouda and brie offer a healthy dose of vitamin K2 because of the bacteria used to culture them. There are other fermented foods like the Japanese soybean dish, natto that contains the highest amount of K2 than any other food. Feel free to try it if you are adventurous (it’s known to be a little slimy), or you can stick with more standard ways to make sure your little ones get their K2. This gouda dip is a delicious kid-friendly dip for celery, carrots or apple slices. If you’re lucky enough to come across goat gouda cheese, you’ll be getting extra K2 in because goats are already raised on vitamin K rich grass diets.

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Beet and Watermelon Salad

I’m a huge proponent of getting your nutrients from your food instead of using supplements. This recipe captures the freshness of summertime on your plate and is perfect for boosting your nitric oxide levels. Also, it contains some bonus L-citrulline and L-arginine too! Beet and Watermelon Salad Beet and Watermelon Salad Servings 2people Servings 2people Ingredients Salad4…

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