Green Peas: Health Benefits, Nutrition Facts, And Possible Side Effects
Top 10 Amazing Benefits Of Peas: Vitamin K present in peas helps you in the prevention of serious diseases like Alzheimer’s and arthritis.
Vitamin K2 is The Critically Overlooked Vitamin
It turns out that Vitamin K2 is often overlooked and misunderstood – yet critically important vitamin to bone and heart health.
Healthy Teeth: Vitamin K2, Metabolism, and Homemade Mint Toothpaste - Our Nourishing Roots
One of the best things about finding real food wasn’t even the food at all. It was all the information about why real food was so important. Hand in hand with that knowledge, I came to appreciate how tooth mineralization depends so much on our body’s ability to absorb nutrients from the food we eat....
Are you getting enough Vitamin K? Vitamin K plays a key role in helping the blood clot, preventing excessive bleeding. Dark green leafy vegetables are high in Vitamin K!
Vitamin K may play a role in the prevention and/or treatment of the following health conditions: Anticoagulant therapy, Bone fracture, Chronic liver disease, Cystic fibrosis, Hardening of the arteries, Inflammatory bowel disease, Liver cancer, Pancreatic cancer, Kidney stones, Nausea and vomiting during pregnancy, Osteopenia (bone loss), Osteoporosis (decreased bone mineral density), Thrombosis. Click through to see foods that are especially rich in Vitamin K
<3 And why is KALE so awesome?! 1 C. of Kale = 206% DV of Vitamin A, 134% DV of Vitamin C, 684% DV of Vitamin K... and only 33 calories. That's like eating... 103 bananas for enough Vitamin A, 384 carrots for enough Vitamin K. It is also: Very Anti-Inflammatory. High in Fiber. It's sulfur content helps with digestion. The isothiocyanates (ITC) from glucosinolates found in kale helps fight cancer.
5 Signs of Low Vitamin K Levels | The Homestead Survival
Real Farmacy shares the symptoms of low levels of vitamin K and tell us which foods we should be eating to make sure we do not have low levels. They also