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Interviewing Timothy S. Harlan, MD, FACP
(Dr. Gourmet) for Publication

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Questions About Food or Health

For the Dr. Gourmet website, Dr. Harlan has answered hundreds of questions from readers about food, health, and a healthy diet, including many questions on Coumadin (warfarin) use. These questions are archived online at Ask Dr. Gourmet. We encourage you to explore that section of the site or search DrGourmet.com - the answer to your question may already be available. Please note that this feature is limited to questions about food and health - medical questions are best asked of your own doctor. Read our Terms of Use. To ask your own question, write an email to askdrgourmet@drgourmet.com.

Questions about Vitamin K Content in Foods

There's an easy way to find out about the nutrition content of any food. Just use the USDA National Nutrient Database. By entering an ingredient and following the steps, this web site will report the complete nutritional values of nearly any ingredient and many prepared foods. The Vitamin K content is the last listing at the bottom of the Vitamins section. If it is not there, the food or ingredient that you searched on doesn't contain enough Vitamin K to be reported.

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