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Coumadin BookThis indispensable book includes:

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  • Ingredient and cooking tips throughout the book
  • Complete Nutrition Facts including Vitamin K content for each recipe

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How Much Vitamin K is in...?

Find out the exact amount of Vitamin K (in micrograms) of almost a thousand common foods! Listed both alphabetically and then in order of the amount of Vitamin K in the food, this downloadable list will help you know exactly how much Vitamin K you're eating. Just $4.95 for the eBook or $12.95 for the paperback book! Shop now!

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Vitamin K Levels in Common Foods:
Quick Guide

Beverages



glasses of iced tea garnished with lemon slices

The amount listed is a guide to an amount that you could eat over the course of a particular day and get a consistent level of vitamin K.

Category Item Amount Vitamin K
 Coffee
  Instant decaffeinated 4 fluid ounces Low
  Fresh from beans 4 fluid ounces Low
 Tea
  Black (brewed) 4 fluid ounces Low
  Black (leaves)   High
  Decaffeinated (brewed) 4 fluid ounces Low
  Green (brewed) 4 fluid ounces Low
  Green (leaves) 4 fluid ounces High
 Soda
  Regular cola 4 fluid ounces Low
  Non-calorie cola 4 fluid ounces Low
  Ginger ale   Low
  Kool-aid 4 fluid ounces Low
 Juice
  Apple 4 fluid ounces Low
  Cranberry 4 fluid ounces Low
  Grape (from frozen concentrate) 4 fluid ounces Low
  Grapefruit (from frozen concentrate) 4 fluid ounces Low
Caution!
  Orange (from frozen concentrate) 4 fluid ounces Low
  Pineapple 4 fluid ounces Low
  Prune 4 fluid ounces Low
  Tomato 4 fluid ounces Low
  Lemonade (from frozen concentrate) 4 fluid ounces Low
 Alcoholic Beverages
  Beer (regular and light) 4 fluid ounces Low
  Martini 4 fluid ounces Low
  Sake 4 fluid ounces Low
  Whiskey 4 fluid ounces Low
  Wine 4 fluid ounces Low

Ask Dr. Gourmet about Coumadin (warfarin)

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How many micrograms of Vitamin K can I have in one day?
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