Tuesday, 25 May 2010

Vitamin K

Vitamin K is a very powerful ingredient. Indeed, those people who are taking anticoagulant drugs (the ones that help to thin) may need to consider to limit their intake of vitamin K. this is because it actually helps to promote the blood to clot. You may need to discuss with your doctor whether you need to can chew my food which is low in the vitamin K. It may be strange, but this might be an instant where you need to consider reducing a dietary supplement rather than increasing it. Foods at which are high in the vitamin K. include spinach, turnip greens, mustard greens, cauliflower and broccoli amongst others. It is interesting to note that the importance of the vitamin K in the crossing of the blood was one of the very first known functions of any vitamin.

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