What foods have vitamin K?

Green leafy vegetables including spinach, kale, broccoli, cabbage, and lettuce are among the foods high in vitamin K. Fruits (blueberries, figs,

and canned pumpkin are good sources) and olive, soybean, or canola oil are additional sources of vitamin K. Additionally, it may be found in trace

levels in dairy products including cheese, yogurt, and butter as well as in meat, eggs, and eggs. There is good news for vegetarians when it comes

to this crucial nutrient. Although it may be found in other meals, a platter of leafy greens is the best source of vitamin K. Consider: When

frozen or cooked, a half-cup of collard greens provides 530 micrograms (mcg), or 442% of the recommended 

daily intake of vitamin K. And 850 mcg (708%) are included in a 3-ounce portion of (fermented soybeans).

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