Vitamin K
Vitamin K
Description :

“Vitamin K,” the generic name for a family of compounds with a common chemical structure of 2-methyl-1,4-naphthoquinone, is a fat-soluble vitamin that is naturally present in some foods and is available as a dietary supplement . These compounds include phylloquinone (vitamin K1) and a series of menaquinones (vitamin K2) .

A UL has not been established for Vitamin K, because a toxic level has not been observed from food sources or from long-term intake of supplements.

Source :

Spinach

0.483 mg


Onion (Green)

0.207 mg


Onion (Welsh)

0.193 mg


Spinach salad

0.133 mg


Broccoli

0.102 mg


Kiwi (Green)

0.04 mg


Olives Oil

0.026 mg


Avocado

0.021 mg


Blackberries

0.0198 mg


Dried Strawberry

0.0198 mg


Blueberries

0.0193 mg


Peppers (Jalapeno)

0.0185 mg


Cucumber

0.0164 mg


Pomegranate

0.0164 mg


Carrots

0.0132 mg


Tomatoes Green

0.0101 mg


Pepper (Banana)

0.0095 mg


Carrots (Baby)

0.0094 mg


Tomatoes Red

0.0079 mg


Raspberries

0.0078 mg


Pears (Bosc)

0.0052 mg


Cranberries

0.005 mg


Banana Melon

0.0049 mg


Bell Pepper (Red)

0.0049 mg


Pears (Red Anjou)

0.0049 mg


Pears (Asian)

0.0045 mg


Mango

0.0042 mg


Tomatoes (Grape)

0.0042 mg


Pears (Bartlett)

0.0038 mg


Eggplant

0.0035 mg


Apricot

0.0033 mg


Potatoes (Red)

0.0029 mg


Guava

0.0026 mg


Peaches (Yellow)

0.0026 mg


Strawberry

0.0022 mg


Cherries (Sour)

0.0021 mg


Cherries (Sweet)

0.0021 mg


Potatoes

0.002 mg


Potatoes (Russet)

0.0018 mg


Sweet Potato

0.0018 mg


Garlic

0.0017 mg


Potatoes (White)

0.0016 mg


Apple (Gala)

0.0013 mg


Pumpkin

0.0011 mg


Apple (Fuji)

0.001 mg


Orange Roughy

0.0007 mg


Lime

0.0006 mg


Lime Juice

0.0006 mg


Banana

0.0005 mg


Chicken Thigh

0.0004 mg


Duck egg

0.0004 mg


Goose egg

0.0004 mg


Chicken Egg

0.0003 mg


Quail egg

0.0003 mg


Coconut

0.0002 mg


Watermelon

0.0001 mg




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