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Answered 2012-03-26 04:18:13

Bell Peppers have very little Vitamin K.

One medium Green Pepper has about 8.8 mcg, while one medium Red Bell Pepper has about 5.8 mcg.

Yellow Bell Peppers have 0 mcg.

So, if you are on a low Vitamin K diet (for instance, if you take blood thinners), bell peppers are, for most people, a good substitute for other high Vit. K content vegetables.

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