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Top Vitamin K Foods!

Vitamin K is an essential nutrient responsible for proper functioning of several bodily systems, bones health and also it assists blood clotting process.  Its deficiency in body can increase the risk of uncontrolled bleeding. Below are few of the good sources of vitamin K -:

Dark Green Leafy Vegetables -


Dark green leafy vegetables are very rich in vitamin K. Kale, broccoli, turnip greens, spinach, mustard greens and lettuce are considered as a powerhouse of Vitamin K.

Dried Herbs - 

dry harbs

Dried herbs like basil, thyme, coriander, oregano and parsley are naturally packed with vitamin K and including the same in routine diet would give you all the vital nutrients.

Spring Onions- 

spring onion

Spring onions are also a good source of vitamin K and is also a good source of other vitamins like B-complex. You can eat spring onions in salad or in soups.



Carrots are rich in Vitamin A & C, they are also good source of Vitamin K. So you should include carrots in your diet.

Broccoli – 


Broccoli belongs to the cabbage family and contains ample amount of Vitamin K. It helps in boosting the immune system and promotes bone health. It can be consumed in steamed form or in the form of soup.


Blueberries are very nutritious and they contain copper, Zinc, Vitamin K, and antioxidants. 100 grams of Blueberries contain 20 micrograms of Vitamin K.

Pomegranates - 


Pomegranates are great source of Vitamin K and Iron. 100 gram of Pomegranates contains 16 micrograms of Vitamin K.