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There are also three synthetic versions of vitamin K: K3 (menadione), K4 (menadiol diacetate), and vitamin K5. Benefits of Vitamin KVitamin K supplements could decrease bone loss and the risk of bone fractures. Supplementation has also been shown to slightly
increase the survival of those with liver cancer.  Observational studies conclude that a high intake of vitamin K2 could lower heart disease risk, but evidence from controlled studies is inconclusive. Keto Food Sources of Vitamin KLeafy greens and veggies like parsley, kale, and Brussels sprouts contain the highest amounts of vitamin K1. As well as soy foods
like natto, vitamin K2 is present in small amounts in some high-fat, keto-friendly animal
foods like butter, egg yolks, and liver. The adequate intake (AI) of vitamin K is 120 mcg for men and 90 mcg for women. Symptoms of Vitamin K DeficiencySymptoms of vitamin K deficiency include easy bleeding and bruising. Low levels of vitamin K have been associated with an increased risk of fractures in women and reduced bone density. Vitamin K isn’t stored in your body in significant amounts, so consuming a diet lacking in vitamin K can lead to deficiency and weakness. People who aren’t properly digesting and absorbing dietary fats
are at the greatest risk of vitamin K deficiency, including those with celiac disease, cystic fibrosis, and inflammatory bowel disease.