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How much Vitamin K is in green, red, yellow, and orange bell peppers?
Love your food list. I see that green peppers are high
in Vitamin K. Does
the same hold true for red, yellow and orange bell peppers?
Dr. Gourmet Says...
An earlier version of the food list you're referring to does have a typo with respect to green peppers. Green bell peppers
should be listed as Low in Vitamin K. A cup of diced green
has only 11 micrograms (mcg) of Vitamin K and this would
considered low enough to be safe. I am sorry for the misunderstanding.
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Interestingly, yellow peppers contain no Vitamin K (zero) and red peppers
only 7 mcg for a large pepper.