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Is there vitamin K in cabbage?
Last Updated: 25th May, 2020
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Consequently, can you eat cabbage while on warfarin?
Vitamin K aids clotting, so patients on the anti-clotting drug (or "anticoagulant") warfarin are often warned by their physicians to limit the amount of foods rich in the nutrient. These foods include green vegetables such as spinach, kale, broccoli, cabbage, Brussels sprouts and many others.
Similarly, what vegetables do not contain vitamin K? Some vegetables and fruits low in vitamin K include:
- Sweet corn.
- Sweet Potatoes.
- Cucumbers (raw)
Beside above, is sauerkraut high in vitamin K?
If you consume foods high in vitamin K or do not have a consistent amount of vitamin K daily, it can alter your INR.
Vitamin K Intake.
|Food||Measure||Content Per Measure (mcg)|
|Onions (Raw)||1 cup||207|
|Butterhead Lettuce||1 head||116.7|
|Spinach (raw)||1 cup||144.9|
|Sauerkraut (canned)||1 cup||135|
Do peas have vitamin K?
24.8 mcg (per 100 g) per 100 g