Vitamin K is an essential nutrient that will improve the bone health and helps the blood clot, thereby preventing the excessive bleeding. Below mentioned are the foods that are rich in Vitamin K
Whether you eat it raw, boiled or cooked it has that has lots of healthy nutrients, including plenty of Vitamin K.
Kale is a type of cabbage that is known as karam sag in Hindi. Apart from having health benefits like lowering cholesterol and preventing cancer, kale is also rich in Vitamin K.
If you don’t want to eat kale, cabbage is another option. Though it is not half as rich as kale in Vitamin K, half a cup of cabbage can give you enough Vitamin K for the day.
Ladyfinger, or bhindi as it is known in Hindi, is another great source of Vitamin K. There are several ways to prepare it so choose the one you like best.
Cucumber is another excellent source of Vitamin K, and unlike some of these vegetables that need to be cooked, it can be eaten raw, making it an easy addition to your diet.
The perfect addition to your salad or even a healthy snack by themselves, carrots are also a good source of Vitamin K.
A regular staple in many households, red chilli powder is also a great source of Vitamin K. Other hot spices like curry powder, cayenne peppers (red chilies) and paprika powder (crushed chili flakes) are also good sources of Vitamin K.
Dried fruits like prunes, blueberries, peaches, figs and currants are all rich sources of Vitamin K. Nibble on them as you go about your day.
Cloves are a spice with a distinct taste that can take getting used to, but if you like them they are an excellent source of Vitamin K.