Get Your Vitamin K!

Vitamin K helps with blood clotting and bone metabolism.  Today’s share includes collard greens and kale, which are both great sources of Vitamin K.  A 1/2 cup serving of cooked collards contains over 660% the daily value (DV) of Vitamin K and 1 cup of raw kale contains 141% DV of Vitamin K.  Make sure to eat some fat with those veggies because it increases the absorption of this fat-soluble Vitamin!

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Sadie is excited for arugula, another good source of Vitamin K!

 

Source: Vitamin K , Arugula

 

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