I'm curious to know if anyone else has found it helpful to avoid foods that are a moderate to high source of vitamin K, or if anyone else is willing to try it and report back with their results. Over the past two years I have personally discovered that whenever I eat one or more servings of something high in vitamin K (such as green leafy vegetables) I go from a Bell's# 30 to #20 within 24 hours and it takes me a day or two to recover. Discovering this connection a few years back is one of the key reasons I'm no longer at a #10. I have tested and re-tested this connection on myself multiple times with the same result every time. Just last week I ate a serving of spinach and I was out of it for two days, couldn't concentrate on anything, couldn't handle my own meds, suddenly became 95% bedridden and was so stressed by the presence of my caretaker that the moment she came in I'd be grabbing my head, whimpering, and begging her to just leave ASAP, at one point even yelling "I NEED YOU TO LEAVE RIGHT NOW, I NEED YOU TO LEAVE RIGHT NOW" because the cognitive stress was unbearably overwhelming. That's what one serving of spinach, or any other food similarly high in vitamin K, does to me. Foods that are only a moderate source in the same amount have milder, but still intolerable effects. My current diet is actually one of the most varied it's been since my illness became severe. I eat potatoes with a little bit of coconut oil, non-fish meats and broths (whatever I can tolerate at the time; it changes unpredictably), honey, pecans (or sometimes other nuts), a limited amount of eggs and a very limited amount of tomatoes with a little olive oil. When I'm doing badly I can only tolerate one egg every other day; when doing well I can do one egg per day. I generally have about one tomato per month; any more than that results in symptoms. In case it matters at all, any more than miniscule amounts of vitamin D causes me intense pain, so that's another limiting factor on my diet. I do try salmon occasionally to test it again. Anyway, since my experience with a correlation between foods high in vitamin K and a worsening of CFS symptoms (especially cognitive function, physicaly activity, and stress sensitivity) has been so consistent for so long, and the discovery has helped me so much, I'm really curious to know if the experience has been shared by anyone else, or if anyone improves by following the experiment. Edit: Just for the record, a single bite of spinach resulted in about 12 hours of spaciness and diminished concentration, along with abuut a 50% increase in my need for napping. Not nearly as bad as a full serving but still plenty bad enough for me to leave it out of my diet completely.