The Top 13 Foods High in Vitamin K

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Vitamin K helps your blood clot by letting your body make proteins that are needed for the process. It's important to clot because it keeps your body from losing too much.

Kale

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Vitamin K helps coagulate and build bone. Vitamin K deficiency causes osteoporosis, which causes weak bones. Try this vegetarian collard greens dish for a healthy dosage.

Collard greens

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Vitamins A, B, E, magnesium, folate, and iron are in spinach. One raw serving of spinach is plenty for one day, but a half cup of cooked spinach has three times as much vitamin K.

Spinach

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Turnip greens are prominent in Southeastern US side dishes. Turnip greens contain calcium, which strengthens bones. Vitamin K is abundant in mustard and beet greens. 

Turnip greens

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Brussels sprouts may not appeal to kids, but several recipes make them tasty. Try these crispy garlic Brussels sprouts with Sriracha aioli.

Brussels sprouts

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Broccoli may be cooked many ways. Try cooking with canola or olive oil to add taste and vitamin K to your food. A spoonful of either has 10 mcg vitamin K.

Broccoli

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