Vitamin K helps your body create blood-clotting proteins. Clotting prevents bleeding.
Vitamin K aids bone development and clotting.
Spinach contains vitamins A, B, E, magnesium, a mineral folate, and iron.
Vitamin K is rich in mustard and beet greens. Underground turnip bulbs are healthy.
Many Brussels sprout dishes are kid-friendly.
Canola or olive oil provide flavor and vitamin K to every recipe.
Vitamin K is 40 mcg in four asparagus spears. Add a little bit of olive oil and you're at half the daily requirement.
Most Americans get vitamin K through lettuce.
Sauerkraut-load a hot dog or sausage. Protein is plentiful. Many restaurants sell sauerkraut.
whereas K-2 is found in smaller amounts in animal-based and fermented foods like cheese.
Japan loves edamame. It's soybean pods. Add some mild salt and pepper for a crispy snack.
A kosher pickle has 5 calories. The body creates some vitamin K-2, but we need meals to get enough.