Foods Rich in Vitamin K

Vitamin K is an important vitamin for blood coagulation and bone development. It is also a vitamin that aids in reducing osteoporosis, hardened arteries, and potential birth defects. Vitamin K is mostly found in most dark, leafy greens as well as some dairy products such as yogurt. Vitamin K can easily be incorporated in to your daily life whether breakfast, lunch, or dinner.

Food Serving Size Vitamin K (%)
Fresh Parsley 2 tbsps 153.9
Kale (boiled) 1 cup 1327.6
Spinach (boiled) 1 cup 1110.6
Turnip Greens (boiled) 1 cup 661.7
Swiss Chard (boiled) 1 cup 716
Collard Greens (boiled) 1 cup 880
Romaine Lettuce 2 cups 143.5
Brussel Sprouts (boiled) 1 cup 273.5
Broccoli (steamed) 1 cup 194
Cabbage (boiled) 1 cup 91.7
Asparagus (boiled) 1 cup 114.8
Celery (raw) 1 cup 44.1
Green Beans (boiled) 1 cup 25
Cauliflower (boiled) 1 cup 14
Green Peas (boiled) 1 cup 51.8
Soybeans (cooked) 1 cup 41.3
Pumpkin Seeds .25 cup 22.2
2% Milk 1 cup 12.2
Kidney Beans 1 cup 18.6

Now, if you are ever on a blood thinner, some of them require a diet that does not allow a lot of Vitamin K. The problem with that is some people later in life have experienced bone problems and memory problems. The FDA won’t tell you this. You have to remember the FDA is corrupt and if it is natural it cannot be good for you, that is the thinking of this corrupt agency. I winder how healthy we would be if we didn’t have the FDA….


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