Just 100g of fresh kale will give you 1000% dv vitamin K, can this “overdose” be harmful to you?
So what is vitamin K?
Sometimes called the “clotting vitamin,” vitamin K is required for the blood to clot properly and also helps with bone formation and promotes bone health. Naturally found in a variety of foods, including leafy green vegetables and liver, vitamin K is also produced by the bacteria in your intestinal tract during digestion. Because vitamin K is fat-soluble, it is stored by your body, making it is possible to take in too much vitamin K.