Vitamin K sources

Vitamin K is present in a wide variety of foods. Good vitamin K sources include dark leafy greens - spinach, broccoli, brussels sprouts - and olive, canola and soybean oils.
Cabbage, carrots, avocados, cucumbers, leeks, tomatoes and dairy products such as yogurt are reasonable sources, and meats and cereals also contain some vitamin K.
Vitamin K sources Freezing foods may destroy vitamin K but it remains stable when heated.

 

Food

Amount

Vitamin K (mcg)

Broccoli, cooked

1/2cup, chopped

200

Spinach, raw

1/2cup, chopped

106

Avocado

1 avocado

80.4

Turnip greens, raw

1/2cup, chopped

66.8

Lettuce

1/2cup, shredded

55.9

Cabbage, raw

1/2cup, shredded

48.3

Pistachio nuts, dried

1/2cup

42.6

Watercress, raw

1/2chopped

40.4

Soybean oil

1 tbsp

26.2

Snap beans, raw

1/2cup

24.6

Plums

1/2cup, slices

18.8

Canola oil

1 tbsp

19.7

Miso, dry

1/2cup

14.4

Carrots, cooked

1/2cup, slices

13.3

Sweet peppers

1/2cup, chopped

8.08

Potatoes with skin

1 medium

8.10

Tomatoes

1 medium

7.38

Celery, raw

1/2cup

6.84

Peanut butter

2 tbsp

7.20

Olive oil

1 tbsp

6.62

Cauliflower, boiled

1/2cup

5.89

Cucumbers, raw

1 medium

5.72

 
 
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