Vitamin K can be found in vegetables such as kale, Brussels sprouts, spinach, broccoli and many other vegetables and fruits (bananas, peaches, oranges ...). Vitamin K due to its ability to bind calcium to the bones could be used to treat osteoporosis. Here below a list of foods high in vitamin K.
Vitamin K plays an important role in the process of blood clotting (essential in the fight against hemorrhage) and keeps the arteries and blood vessels supple and in good condition. Vitamin K also contributes to a quick release of calcium in bones and teeth. Daily requirement of vitamin K is about 75 micrograms ; deficiencies are however very rare because any meal usually provides 4 to 5 times the recommended daily dose.