3 Foods That Are High In Vitamin K (Volume 1)
Ever heard of a cereal called Special K?
Well, the K about which we’re going to speak in this short article is special in its own right, and that’s as a vitamin.
See, vitamin K is a fat-soluble vitamin that comes in two forms:*
Now the first form is found in green leafy vegetables (spinach, kale, etc.) and the second form is found in fermented foods and some animal-based foods.*
What vitamin K primarily does for humans is help to make various proteins that are needed for blood clotting and the building of our bones.*
There is also a vitamin K-dependent protein called prothrombin that is directly involved with blood clotting, as well as osteocalcin, another vitamin K-dependent protein, that helps us produce healthy bone tissue.*
So, as you can see, vitamin K is truly an important piece to our bodies functioning properly.
So, in the video below, we’re going to show you three foods that are rich in vitamin K.
Watch it now, then go here to access amazing resources, including additional nutrient-rich foods, delicious recipes, and more, that will aid tremendously in your weight loss and healthy lifestyle journeys!
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