I have been vegan for about three months, and did so without doing a whole lot of research. I just knew that I was picky about meat and dairy made me sick, so I made the change. Now I'm actually doing research and am finding sources saying being vegan long-term is detrimental because there is no way for vegans to get vitamin K2 or process fat soluble vitamins very well? They say it will lead to health and nutrition problems in the long run.
Is this true? If not, where do you get your K2 vitamins from? I take a multivitamin for B12, as well as eating nori in my soups. I'd like to stay vegan for health and ethical reasons, if at all possible. I know vegan vs omnivore can get pretty heated, so please keep it civil and factual. Thank you.