This indispensable book includes:
* 6 weeks of complete meal plans, with shopping lists
* 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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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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How much Vitamin K is in quinoa? I have been on warfarin for 3 years and need to watch my K level very carefully.
Quinoa contains no Vitamin K and should be safe for those taking Coumadin® (warfarin).
You can find out the nutritional content of any ingredient by searching the USDA Food Composition Database. Enter the name of the ingredient, choose "Standard Reference" under "Filter on Database" and then choose "Full Report (All Nutrients)" to display the most comprehensive report for that ingredient. Vitamin K will be the last entry under "Vitamins." If it does not appear, there is not enough Vitamin K to be measured.
It's important to know that the "Branded Food Products" database, which includes foods from manufacturers like Lean Cuisine, Weight Watchers, or Hamburger Helper, do not include the Vitamin K content of their foods. The USDA does not require that information to be printed on the Nutrition Facts label of the foods, so the companies do not test for it and do not report it. You can not be certain of the amount of Vitamin K in such foods.
We have compiled a list of Vitamin K Levels in Common Foods (that is, ingredients) in both PDF and handy pocket-sized printed format for you to take with you.
Here are some Coumadin (warfarin) safe quinoa recipes:
Quinoa Caprese Salad
Tomato Cheese Quinoa
Quinoa Salad with Smoked Fish
Quinoa and Black Beans | Low Sodium Version
Quinoa with Peas
Thanks for writing,
Timothy S. Harlan MD, FACP