Vitamin K for Blood Coagulation Clotting

Vitamin K is important in the body for blood clotting. Without adequate supplies of Vitamin K, blood will not coagulate as it should. In fact, the name Vitamin K comes this particular property of the vitamin.

 

 

If people are taking blood thinning medications after surgery, they may sometimes be given vitamin K in order to balance out the effects of the blood thinners.

 

Vitamin K for Blood Coagulation Clotting

Vitamin K for Blood Coagulation Clotting
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Vitamin K is also important for other aspects of health. Be sure that you eat green and leafy vegetables on a regular basis as these are a good source of Vitamin K. There are other food sources which can give your body the Vitamin K you need as well.


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