Vitamin K Foods
This article highlights the top 10 foods with vitamin K.
First, we will highlight the main health benefits of vitamin K that have been supported by research and science. Then, you can learn about the top 10 foods and compare their levels of vitamin K in the table/chart.
Health Benefits of Vitamin K
- Improves heart health and circulation
- Strengthens bones and bone density
- Benefits cognitive function
- Reduces inflammation
- Facilitates wound healing
Top 10 Foods with Vitamin K
The table below lists the top 10 foods that are rich in vitamin K.
View the nutritional data, including the amount of vitamin K (per 100g) and % Daily Value.
|Food||Vitamin K (per 100g)||% Daily Value*|
*The % Daily Value (DV) tells you how much a nutrient in a serving of food contributes to a daily diet. 2,000 calories a day is used for general nutrition advice.
Vitamin K Food Chart
This food chart shows a visual comparison of the amount of vitamin K contained in the food from the table data.
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To sum up, there are several health benefits for adding more foods with vitamin K in your diet. Most notably, vitamin K is good for your heart, bones, and brain. It also helps reduce inflammation in the body and facilitates the healing of wounds.
Herbs and spices have significant amounts of vitamin K. For instance, ground sage, dried basil, parsley, and coriander contain the highest levels. Swiss chard, dandelion greens, marjoram, oregano, mustard greens, and garden cress also have considerable amounts.
Furthermore, you may want to consider having more cooked spinach which has 411% of the recommended daily value of vitamin K per 100 grams.
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