This indispensable book includes:
• A primer on WHAT a Mediterranean-style diet is and WHY it's great for you
• 95+ delicious Coumadin safe recipes
• Information about managing your diet on Coumadin
• Ingredient and cooking tips throughout the book
• Complete Nutrition Facts, including Vitamin K content, for each recipe
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Note: This is a revised and updated version of Dr. Harlan's The Dr. Gourmet Diet for Coumadin Users. These are the same recipes with updated Nutrition Information, with the addition of information on a Mediterranean-style diet.
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 list will help you know exactly how much Vitamin K you're eating. Just $4.95 for the eBook (PDF) or $12.95 for the paperback. Get your copy now!
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I recently purchased a bottle of Resveratrol supplements. Reading the fine print, I caught the bit about platelet aggregation. I suffered a PE in Sept 08. My INR seems to hover around 2.0 despite my dose of 15 mg of Coumadin each day. What is the interference, if any, between the two?. My own doctor had not heard of resveratrol and I don't want to do anything to further aggravate the clotting/anticlotting mechanisms of my body.
First and foremost, there's no reason to take resveratrol. There is simply no evidence that it will benefit you. We have no research to prove that it will help and there's so little quality studies about whether it might actually harm you.
Secondly, I never recommend any such supplements to my patients who are taking Coumadin® (warfarin). The companies that make such products are poorly regulated and have a long track record of harming people.
At the same time, you have no knowledge of how this might interact with your Coumadin or any other medication.
Put simply, if you take Coumadin, don't take supplements.
Thanks for writing,
Timothy S. Harlan, MD, FACP, CCMS
Will apple cider vinegar help
my acid reflux while I am on Coumadin (warfarin)?
Is it okay to cook with garlic while on Coumadin (warfarin)?
Are juicers a good idea for those on Coumadin (warfarin)?
Is my husband's Coumadin dosage stable because he eats a big salad every day?
Are freeze dried acai berries and changa mushroom powder OK with Coumadin?
Are Aronia berries (chokeberries) safe with Coumadin?
Thanks for your lists of foods containing Vitamin K!
Can you eat green pickled tomatoes if you are on Coumadin (warfarin)?
Does eating garlic counteract eating high amounts of Vitamin K?
Will non-alcoholic beer affect your Coumadin dose?
Is Lean Cuisine Coumadin safe?
Does grapefruit really interact with medications? (See also....)
Are almonds a good snack for those on Coumadin?
Is regular tea, iced or hot, contraindicated while taking Coumadin?