ℹ  Vitamin K is essential for the blood clotting process, but it is also essential for the development and maintenance of healthy bones.This vitamin is available in two natural forms: phylloquinone (vitamin K1), commonly found in vegetable oils, and menaquinone (vitamin K2), synthesized by bacteria in the intestinal flora of our body. There is another form, known as menadione (Vitamin K3), which is of synthetic origin. The following foods are the major dietary vitamin K sources: milk, cabbage, spinach, turnip greens, broccoli, egg, lettuce, liver, and canola and soybean. Vitamin K is very sensitive to ultraviolet radiation, that is why, in order to preserve this vitamin, these food items must be protected from light.  See More

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