Vitamin K is well known for its crucial role in blood clotting process, but this vitamin has some additional health benefits – it plays an important role in bone and cardiovascular health.
There are five types of vitamin K, but only two types can be found naturally, vitamin K1 and vitamin K2.
Best sources of vitamin K1 are leafy green vegetables such as kale, spinach, collard greens. Some fruits, such as kiwi and grapes are also high in vitamin K1.
Foods high in vitamin K2 are natto (traditional Japanese food), hard and soft cheese, and egg yolk.