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Green leafy vegetable (like kale, spinach and collard greens), asparagus, Brussels sprouts and broccoli are great sources of Vitamin K.


Vitamin K is important as it a vital player in blood clotting, it helps transport calcium to support bone health, and it may also assist with preventing the formation of calcium deposits within blood vessels which can decrease the risk atherosclerosis development.


So fill up on your green smoothies and add some broccoli to your pasta to fulfil your body's K needs.

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