What is Vitamin K

Vitamin-K comes from a group of vitamins called fat-soluble vitamins. That is, these vitamins are fat soluble in our body. This is the reason why Vitamin-K prevents our blood from thickening. Due to this, our blood flow remains correct and blood clot does not accumulate in the body, that is, the risk of blood clotting is removed. This vitamin plays an important role in keeping the bones of the body healthy. Calcium is required for bone strength and vitamin K plays a key role in transporting calcium to bones.

If there is too much deficiency of this vitamin in the body, sometimes there can be internal bleeding in your body parts, which is very dangerous.

Vitamin K is divided into two parts – Vitamin K1 and Vitamin K2. Vitamin K1 is found in green and leafy vegetables while vitamin K2 is found in human intestines. If you eat less green vegetables, you may be deficient in vitamin K1.

Benefits of Vitamin K

  • Vitamin ‘K’ is essential for fetal development in pregnant women.
  • Vitamin K keeps our bones and heart healthy.
  • This helps prevent bleeding from injury.
  • Vitamin K helps to spread calcium throughout the body. Which is necessary to regulate blood coagulation.
  • Vitamin K is good for heart health. It is helpful to overcome the risk factors of heart attack.
  • It Is able to overcome the risk factors related to cancer.
  • When the required amount of this vitamin is in the body, insulin is produced in the right amount. Due to which the chances of getting diabetes are less.

Sources of Vitamin K


Sugar Beets

Winter beet is very nutritious. The consumption of this red colored vegetable increases hemoglobin in the body because it contains too much iron. Apart from this, beet contains many other nutrients, which make it nutritious. Its one cup contains 276 mg of vitamin ‘A’, 697 micrograms of vitamin ‘K’ and only 19 calories.


Spinach is rich in iron and vitamins. Therefore, spinach is considered the best vegetable for curing anemia. In addition, spinach is considered a source of vitamin A and beta carotene. Spinach is found in plenty of vitamin K, so its intake is also beneficial for bones. Its one cup contains about 1027 micrograms of nutrients.


Cabbage is an excellent source of vitamin A, vitamin C and vitamin K. Apart from this, fiber is also found in it. One cup of cabbage contains 53.2 micrograms of vitamin K. In addition to cabbage, cauliflower also contains vitamin K, so its intake is also beneficial for you.


Broccoli is an excellent source of vitamin K. Broccoli contains many phytochemicals and antioxidants. One cup contains about 220 micrograms of vitamin ‘K’. Apart from this, it also contains iron, protein, calcium, carbohydrate, chromium, vitamin A and vitamin C. You can also cook broccoli or eat it raw. Though you can make its vegetable too, it is more beneficial to boil it.


Turnip is a very nutritious vegetable, but most people do not know about it. Turnip is very beneficial for eyes and bones as it contains both vitamin A and vitamin K. Half a cup of turnip vegetables and greens contain 441 mg of vitamin ‘A’ and 851 micrograms of vitamin ‘K’, whereas it contains only 24 calories. Apart from this, there are many nutritious ingredients in turnips, which are beneficial for the body such as vitamin C, folate and calcium etc.


Vitamin K along with vitamins A, B6 and E is also found in good amounts in carrots. For this reason, it can be used as a source of vitamin K.



Pomegranate also contains vitamin C, thiamine, riboflavin and niacin. For this reason, it can be said that pomegranate can be used as a source of vitamin K.


Kiwi fruit contains Vitamin A, B6, Vitamin C and Vitamin K along with calcium, iron and magnesium. For this reason, it can be used to complete vitamin K deficiency.


Along with calcium, iron, magnesium, phosphorus, vitamin C, B6, folate and vitamin K are also available. For this reason, it can be considered a better option to meet vitamin K deficiency.


In cashew, vitamin A, vitamin B and vitamin K are also available in good quantity. Therefore it can be used as a source of vitamin K.

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