Vitamin K

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@jstory07 (65383)
Roseburg, Oregon
December 12, 2016 1:10am CST
About Vitamin K: It is an important part of your diet. Helps blood clots. Stops the body from ejecting all of its blood when there is a wound. Also helps to keep the bones healthy. Foods with vitamin K. Celery.. Helps you to lose weight. This vegetable is full of vitamin K. Sun dried tomatoes...Rich in flavor. Rich in Vitamin K. Okra...Is rich in Vitamin K. Spinach...Either raw or cooked. A good source of Vitamin K. Sprouts...You get one half of your Vitamin K requirement in one cup. Pickles.. 1/3 of your daily vitamin K requirement. Carrots..1/10 of your Vitamin K requirement in each carrot. Prunes... Prunes will help your digestion system absorb your nutrient. One cup of prunes is 7% of your vitamin K requirement.
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@shubhu3 (14286)
• New Delhi, India
12 Dec 16
That is quite beneficial. I have known about Vitamin K that it helps in clotting. I didn't know about the rest of the benefits. Thank you for sharing.
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@jstory07 (65383)
• Roseburg, Oregon
12 Dec 16
I like sharing information like this.
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@shubhu3 (14286)
• New Delhi, India
12 Dec 16
@jstory07 Nice.
@TRBRocks420 (73968)
• Banks, Oregon
12 Dec 16
Very interesting about vitamin k.
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@jstory07 (65383)
• Roseburg, Oregon
12 Dec 16
Yes, I thought it was interesting.
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@crossbones27 (18552)
• Redlands, California
12 Dec 16
Now I like Vitimin K, always was about C D and E for me. Well, I guess B since that is your energy immune system.
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@jstory07 (65383)
• Roseburg, Oregon
12 Dec 16
I only take calcium for my bones because I can not drink milk. Vitamin K is also good for your bones.
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@magallon (17772)
• Philippines
12 Dec 16
Oh I need Vitamin K...
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@DianneN (74476)
• United States
12 Dec 16
Thanks for sharing this. I eat 4 of those rich in Vitamin K foods.
@marlina (71303)
• Canada
12 Dec 16
Vitamin K has to be use carefully for people who are on blood thinner. Everything that we eat has to be carefully thought about.
@Kandae11 (35240)
12 Dec 16
I have at least three from that list regularly - okra, tomatoes and carrots.
@Morleyhunt (19539)
• Canada
12 Dec 16
I could never consume 10 carrots in a day...shudder....a cup of prunes....I'm not sure that would help with absorption.....it would certainly speed elimination. I'm sorry, I know this was intended as a serious post, but something about it tickled my funny bone...and I wrote that before I could stop myself.
@Ayuriny (5178)
• Denpasar, Indonesia
12 Dec 16
Thanks for sharing this important information... Now I know how beneficial are the vegetables for health..
@Julie555 (2551)
12 Dec 16
Thanks for such useful information