Overcome Your Vitamin K Needs With These Foods

Vitamin K

Vitamin K assumes a key part in helping the blood coagulation and anticipating unnecessary bleeding. Dissimilar to numerous different vitamins, vitamin K is not normally utilized as a dietary supplement. Vitamin K is actually a group of compounds. The most essential of these compounds has all the earmarks of being vitamin K1 and vitamin K2. Vitamin K1 is acquired from verdant greens and some different vegetables. Vitamin K2 is a combination of compounds to a great extent obtained from meats, cheeses, and eggs, and synthesized by bacteria.

 Find here a list of sources of Vitamin K:

  •     Kale

o    1 cup contains:1062.10 mcg
o    Calories: 36.4

  •     Spinach

o    1 cup contains:888 mcg
o    Calories:41

  •     Mustard Greens

o    1 cup contains:829 mcg
o    Calories:36

  •     Collard Greens

o    1 cup contains:772 mcg
o    Calories:62

  •     Beet Greens

o    1 cup contains:696 mcg
o    Calories:39

  •     Swiss Chard

o    1 cup contains:572 mcg
o    Calories:35

  •     Turnip Greens

o    1 cup contains:529 mcg
o    Calories:29

  •     Parsley

o    1 cup contains:498 mcg
o    Calories:11

  •     Broccoli

o    1 cup contains:220 mcg
o    Calories:54.6

  •     Brussels Sprouts

o    1 cup contains:2187 mcg
o    Calories:56.2

 

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