Vitamin K is needed by the liver to make certain blood-clotting factors, so if somebody is deficient in the vitamin then they may bleed very easily. Dietary vitamin K comes from green vegetables, although under normal circumstances the body can produce as much as it needs - it's synthesized by the 'healthy' bacteria which live in the large intestine; but vitamin K deficiency can occur when these bacteria get killed off by antibiotics, or if a person has diarrhoea or is using laxatives and the large intestine gets emptied too quickly for the vitamin to be absorbed.
No but it effects your bodies ability to metabolize coumadin
Yes, it does have vitamin K.
Common names for vitamin K: the clotting vitamin, vitamin K1, vitamin K2, vitamin K3
Shortest answer, no. Vitamin K is a vitamin.
vitamin k has no particular structure.............
It has about 20% vitamin K
they have small traces of vitamin k in them.
Only a small amount of vitamin K
Vitamin K is a drug. Kitamin. It isn't in food
They have a low amount of vitamin k
1.1 mcg of vitamin K
Yes popcorn doe's have vitamin k in it
No, it is low in vitamin K
Vitamin K is a fat-soluble vitamin and should not be affected by freezing.
Vitamin K is stored in the fat cells in the body. Vitamin K is also stored in the liver in the body.
ANSWER:First, Vitamin K should no be confused with the element K, which is potassium. Vitamin K is a molecule comprised of carbon, oxygen, and hydrogen. It does not contain any potassium.To answer your question, Vitamin K is fat-soluble.
yes, green tea has vitamin k.
Vitamin K was discovered by Henrik Dam in 1929
Yes. Blueberries contain Vitamin K.
antibiotics can induce vitamin k deficiency
Yes, about 19-20 % vitamin K
Vitamin k code
There is no vitamin K in sugar peas
No, eggs DO not contain any significant amount of vitamin K. Vitamin K is found in green, leafy material and microorganisms in the gastrointestinal tract. There is very little storage of vitamin K in the body.