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Vitamin K

Vitamin K

Vitamin K belongs to the fat-soluble vitamins and is therefore necessary for absorption in the digestive tract. Vitamin K is only stored in small amounts in our body and therefore needs to be regularly replenished.

Where vitamin K is found

Vitamin K is mainly found in leafy vegetables, egg yolk, yoghurt, fish oil, tomatoes and meat.

A deficiency of vitamin K can lead to blood clotting disorders (manifested for example by bruising, bleeding from the nose and gums, blood in the urine and more). Vitamin K deficiency may also be related to thinning of the bones (osteoporosis).

Vitamin K dosage

The daily recommended intake for an adult is 75 µg.

Effects of vitamin K

  • Maintains normal bone condition
  • Promotes calcium absorption in the body
  • Maintains normal blood clotting
  • Contributes to proper liver function

What to know about vitamin K

Vitamin K is very important for bone quality and development and protects the kidneys and blood vessels. Vitamin K can prevent the deposition of "harmful" cholesterol.

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