vitamin k sources

If you are worried about an inability of blood clotting, you might want to consider finding vitamin k sources of food to add to your diet.  The vitamin k sources of food include spinach, leafy green vegetables, cereals, soybeans, cauliflower, and cabbage. 
You might consider supplements made from vitamin k sources, like the above-mentioned, if you are worried about blood hemorrhages.  Vitamin K is a fat-soluble vitamin, which means that it is stored in your body for future use, and is not necessary on a daily basis in your diet.  The intestines also create vitamin K naturally.
Talk to your doctor about which vitamin k sources you should be ingesting.  It is fairly rare to have a vitamin K deficiency, so you may not have to worry about this problem.  Recently, some topical skin care products also contain vitamin K to reduce the appearance of redness and broken blood vessels.  Whatever you purchase, consider all the benefits and risks as with any over the counter supplement.

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