Five Vitamin K superstars to optimise your diet


Besides being rich in vitamin K, broccoli is a good source of antioxidants linked to reduced chances of cancer.

Turnip greens

The turnip plant's leaves and stem are great sources of vitamin K. One cup of cooked turnip greens contains 600% of your daily requirement.


The edible, yellow-coloured seeds of soybean are best consumed after being pre-processed by boiling, roasting, or fermenting.


The green leafy spinach can be eaten fresh or cooked and is an excellent source of vitamins A, C, E and K and minerals.


This oval-shaped, edible berry is high in vitamin C, dietary fibre and contains a moderate quantity of Vitamin K (about 38% of the daily value).

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