What are the vitamin k sources where you can get this in your food? This is the basic question we answer in this article....
by M. Daniels, is a nutritional specialist who has been writing and editing technical non-fiction articles and publications for over 3 decades.
In addition to the most basic sources of vitamin k we will also look at some of the known characteristics, benefits, and precautions related to this vitamin.
The most common food sources of this vitamin include:
Vitamin K helps blood in clodding (prothrombin). It prevents hemorhaging, and bruising. It is useful in preventing osteoporosis.. It has been used as an aid to reduce excessive mentrual flow. Vita K is a fat soluable vitamin so it is stored in the body. It is also partly in the intestines which some people refer to as intestinal floria.
It is destroyed by antibiotics so supplements are often required after a person has used these. Other known enemies of this vitamin include x-rays and radiation, freezing (as in frozen foods), aspirin, polluted air and mineral oil. Anticoagulants, Chloramphenicol, Clofibrate, Kanamyacin, Penilillin, Prooantheline, Tetracyclines and Sulfonamides are all considered harmful to this vitamin K.
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