Vitamin K1(As phylloquinone)
Vitamin K1, also called phylloquinone, is mostly found in plant foods like leafy green vegetables. It makes up about 75–90% of all vitamin K consumed by humans.
Vitamin K1 is produced by plants. It is the predominant form of vitamin K found in the human diet.
The following list includes several foods that are high in vitamin K1. Each value represents the amount of vitamin K1 in 1 cup of the cooked vegetable.
· Kale: 1,062 mcg
· Collard greens: 1,059 mcg
· Spinach: 889 mcg
· Turnip greens: 529 mcg
· Broccoli: 22mcg
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