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Vitamin K in 'Spices, garlic' to 'Vinegar, distilled' Herbs and Spices


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Welcome to page 2 of our list of high Vitamin K Herbs and Spices.

This page shows the amount of Vitamin K in Spices, garlic powder through to Vinegar, distilled. The amount ranges from 0.4 ug through to 0 ug per 100g of Vitamin K in Herbs and Spices.

Our complete nutrition and vitamin database has been ranked for over 7000 foods, based on amount of Vitamin K, giving a list of Herbs and Spices high in Vitamin K. Click a food item to give a full nutrition breakdown which can be scaled for different amounts of foods, from our list of Vitamin K Rich Foods
Please remember that this gives an accurate value in 100g for high Vitamin K foods. For example 100g of Spices, garlic powder contains 0.4 ug of Vitamin K. However, there are other factors to consider when you are assessing your Vitamin K nutritional requirements. You should also take into account portion sizes when you are considering the amount of Vitamin K in food.

Taking the example of chives, they have a high amount of vitamin C in 100 grams but a portion size may only be a tablespoon or 0.2 g, so please bear this in mind when trying to increase or decrease the amount of Vitamin K in your diet or if you follow a High Vitamin K Diet.



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List of Herbs and Spices High in Vitamin K

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1. Spices, garlic powder - Vitamin K
  0.4 ug of Vitamin K in 100g
  A typical food serving of 1 tbsp (or 9.7g) , Vitamin K content is 0.04 ug
  Serving of 1 tsp (or 3.1g) , Vitamin K content is 0.01 ug
2. Salt, table - Vitamin K
  0 ug of Vitamin K in 100g
  A typical food serving of 1 cup (or 292g) , Vitamin K content is 0 ug
  Serving of 1 tbsp (or 18g) , Vitamin K content is 0 ug
  Serving of 1 tsp (or 6g) , Vitamin K content is 0 ug
  Serving of 1 dash (or 0.4g) , Vitamin K content is 0 ug
3. Spices, caraway seed - Vitamin K
  0 ug of Vitamin K in 100g
  A typical food serving of 1 tbsp (or 6.7g) , Vitamin K content is 0 ug
  Serving of 1 tsp (or 2.1g) , Vitamin K content is 0 ug
4. Spices, celery seed - Vitamin K
  0 ug of Vitamin K in 100g
  A typical food serving of 1 tbsp (or 6.5g) , Vitamin K content is 0 ug
  Serving of 1 tsp (or 2g) , Vitamin K content is 0 ug
5. Spices, nutmeg, ground - Vitamin K
  0 ug of Vitamin K in 100g
  A typical food serving of 1 tbsp (or 7g) , Vitamin K content is 0 ug
  Serving of 1 tsp (or 2.2g) , Vitamin K content is 0 ug
6. Spices, poppy seed - Vitamin K
  0 ug of Vitamin K in 100g
  A typical food serving of 1 tbsp (or 8.8g) , Vitamin K content is 0 ug
  Serving of 1 tsp (or 2.8g) , Vitamin K content is 0 ug
7. Vanilla extract - Vitamin K
  0 ug of Vitamin K in 100g
  A typical food serving of 1 cup (or 208g) , Vitamin K content is 0 ug
  Serving of 1 tbsp (or 13g) , Vitamin K content is 0 ug
  Serving of 1 tsp (or 4.2g) , Vitamin K content is 0 ug
8. Vanilla extract, imitation, no alcohol - Vitamin K
  0 ug of Vitamin K in 100g
  A typical food serving of 1 tbsp (or 13g) , Vitamin K content is 0 ug
  Serving of 1 tsp (or 4.2g) , Vitamin K content is 0 ug
9. Vinegar, cider - Vitamin K
  0 ug of Vitamin K in 100g
  A typical food serving of 1 cup (or 239g) , Vitamin K content is 0 ug
  Serving of 1 tbsp (or 14.9g) , Vitamin K content is 0 ug
  Serving of 1 tsp (or 5g) , Vitamin K content is 0 ug
10. Vinegar, distilled - Vitamin K
  0 ug of Vitamin K in 100g
  A typical food serving of 1 cup (or 238g) , Vitamin K content is 0 ug
  Serving of 1 tbsp (or 14.9g) , Vitamin K content is 0 ug
  Serving of 1 tsp (or 5g) , Vitamin K content is 0 ug










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