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the-more-u-knowMy name is Skyler I am 28/M I live in Utah USA for the time being I am very active I compete in MMA and train about 12 hours a week. I created this blog because I love health and wellness information. I am a student of health and wellness and will be my whole life. **dont get made at me if I post something wrong, please do the human thing and message me correcting me of my mistake so I can learn from it** Thats why I have this blog, to learn and share health and wellness information.

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Vitamin K Food sources: Kale, spinach, Broccoli, Brussel Sprouts, Okra, Romaine Lettuce, Asparagus, Kiwifruit, BlueberriesRisk Factors: An adult deficiency of Vitamin K is not that common due to the wide variety of sources of Vitamin K in foods and synthesis of the vitamin in our colon. However a deficiency may result from these risk factors as reported in this PatientPlus article:* Excessive anticoagulation (blood thinning) with warfarin* Liver disease: cirrhosis & malignancy decrease the synthesis of vitamin K-dependent factors* Malabsorption as in celiac disease, Crohn’s disease, ulcerative colitis, short bowel syndrome due to multiple abdominal surgeries, bacterial overgrowth, and chronic Pancreatitis* Biliary disease which affects fat absorption (including absorbing fat soluble vitamins like Vitamin K)* Dietary deficiency occurs in people with malnutrition, including people with alcoholism, as well as patients undergoing long-term parenteral nutrition without vitamin K supplements* Drugs: colestyramine, salicylates, rifampin, isoniazid and barbiturates are some of the common drugs that are associated with Vitamin K deficiency* Diseases with internally produced coagulation inhibitors (eg lupus anticoagulant and antithrombins) and paraproteinaemias such as myeloma, may cause vitamin K deficiency* Miscellaneous causes include massive transfusion, disseminated intravascular coagulation, polycythaemia vera, nephrotic syndrome, cystic fibrosis, and leukemia
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Vitamin K Food sources: Kale, spinach, Broccoli, Brussel Sprouts, Okra, Romaine Lettuce, Asparagus, Kiwifruit, Blueberries

Risk Factors: An adult deficiency of Vitamin K is not that common due to the wide variety of sources of Vitamin K in foods and synthesis of the vitamin in our colon. However a deficiency may result from these risk factors as reported in this PatientPlus article:

* Excessive anticoagulation (blood thinning) with warfarin
* Liver disease: cirrhosis & malignancy decrease the synthesis of vitamin K-dependent factors
* Malabsorption as in celiac disease, Crohn’s disease, ulcerative colitis, short bowel syndrome due to multiple abdominal surgeries, bacterial overgrowth, and chronic Pancreatitis
* Biliary disease which affects fat absorption (including absorbing fat soluble vitamins like Vitamin K)
* Dietary deficiency occurs in people with malnutrition, including people with alcoholism, as well as patients undergoing long-term parenteral nutrition without vitamin K supplements
* Drugs: colestyramine, salicylates, rifampin, isoniazid and barbiturates are some of the common drugs that are associated with Vitamin K deficiency
* Diseases with internally produced coagulation inhibitors (eg lupus anticoagulant and antithrombins) and paraproteinaemias such as myeloma, may cause vitamin K deficiency
* Miscellaneous causes include massive transfusion, disseminated intravascular coagulation, polycythaemia vera, nephrotic syndrome, cystic fibrosis, and leukemia

[More Vitamin K Informative Posts Here]

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