K Vitamin divider

Vitamin K is an essential fat-soluble vitamin. Researchers first became aware of its role in blood coagulation, but later recognized its many other benefits as well. The most important of these is that it transports calcium to the right places within our body, from blood vessel walls and soft tissues to bones and teeth.

Plant sources

Spinach 482,9 mg / 100 g
Kale 389,6 mg / 100 g
Chives 212,7 mg / 100 g
Spring Onion 207 mg / 100 g
Brussel sprout 177 mg / 100 g
Red leaf salad 140,3 mg / 100 g
Green leaf salad 126,3 mg / 100 g
Cabbage 108,7 mg / 100 g
Roman salad 102,5 mg / 100 g
Broccoli 101,6 mg / 100 g
Prunes 59,5 mg / 100 g
Dried blueberry 59,4 mg / 100 g
Asparagus 50,6 mg / 100 g
Leek 47 mg / 100 g
Celery 41 mg / 100 g
Kiwi 40,3 mg / 100 g
Cashew 34,7 mg / 100 g
Green pea 24,8 mg / 100 g
Lettuce 24,1 mg / 100 g
Avocado 21 mg / 100 g
Dried pears 20,4 mg / 100 g
Blackberry 19,8 mg / 100 g
Blueberry 19,3 mg / 100 g
Jalapeno 18,5 mg / 100 g
Pomegranate 16,4 mg / 100 g
Cucumber 16,4 mg / 100 g
Dried peaches 15,7 mg / 100 g
Dried fig 15,6 mg / 100 g
Cauliflower 15,5 mg / 100 g
Solo 14,6 mg / 100 g
Hazelnut 14,2 mg / 100 g
Chili 14 mg / 100 g
Carrot 13,2 mg / 100 g

Animal sources

Eggs 100 μg / 100 g
Camambert cheese (MK-4) 35 μg / 100 g
Gouda cheese (MK-4) 30 μg / 100 g
Liver (MK-4) 15 μg / 100 g
Butter (MK-4) 10 μg / 100 g

In addition to its role in blood clotting, it is key in preventing atherosclerosis and osteoporosis, but it can also significantly reduce the risk of certain cancers.