If you join, you get to look at their Files section, and it has the fascinating article by Chris Masterjohn (On the Trail of the Elusive X-Factor) where he lays out the evidence for Price's X-Factor being vitamin K2. Great article. Worth reading several times.
That's the one that discusses (with diagrams for folks like me who need it simple) how the three interact. But it doesn't have nice, neat formulas for how much of each.
And here's another thread that was my intro to the vitK2 topic, in case anyone is interested and doesn't have it bookmarked:http://www.mothering.com/discussions...ighlight=natto
Tbone, remind me how much A & D are in 1/4 tsp of HVCLO? I should know that, but it keeps slipping away. FWIW, the vitamin k protocol of the yahoo group recommends what I think is the standard WAP dosages, 5000 IU/day for younger kids, and up to 10,000 IU/day for older kids (forgot the exact ages)...
Okay, here it is from the yahoo group protocol (had to stop being lazy).
Children age 3 months to 2 years: A dose of CLO that provides about 5,000 IU daily.
Children 2 years to 10 years: A dose of CLO that provides between 5,000 IU and 11,000 IU daily.
Children over 10 years and adults: A dose of CLO that provides between 5,000 IU and 16,000 IU daily.
Pregnant and nursing women: A dose of CLO that provides about 20,000 IU daily.
Westcoastmom--lots of good points, thank you. And I especially appreciate it right now, because I just today realized I need to make a decision soon. My son's gotten a series of minor colds this fall, and over the past few days I've started worrying that this one isn't resolving on its own so I decided yesterday to see if giving him some vitamin A (from capsules, right now he's really fighting supplements so I needed something very concentrated) would help--and it did, this is the 2nd time that high doses of vitamin A have been necessary to stop a cold from progressing into something worse. Clearly my supplementation this past year with HVCLO (no K2) wasn't that useful--I stopped 2 months ago, and he really should have stored more, I think, so I am left with the feeling that he didn't absorb it well without the additional K2.