The Benefits and Risks of Dietary Vitamin K

Vitamin K helps with blood clotting, bone density, and much more.

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When you bite into a forkful of dark, leafy greens like kale or spinach, you ingest lots of vitamin K. That’s good, because K is crucial for your health, especially

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