Spice interactions

Omit High Medium Low Very Low
90 to 1,150 mcg 60 to 90 mcg 30 to 60 mcg 10 to 30
5 to 10
kale okra Chinese cabbage tomato paste cashew nuts 1 ounce
collards cabbage lettuce romaine or cos mixed vegetables split peas
spinach rhubarb celery blackberries lima beans
turnip greens plums dried stewed coleslaw blueberries fresh squash winter
beet greens cowpeas or blackeye peas edible pod cabbage red prune juice
mustard greens
cabbage Savoy plums dried 5 prunes mangos 1 fruit
Brussels sprouts
cabbage artichokes duck (1/2 cooked)
blueberries frozen grapes red or green salad dressing Italian 1 tbsp
onions Spring or scallion
pumpkin cauliflower salad dressing Russian 1 tbsp
dandelion greens
peas green carrots beef stew
parsley 10 sprigs
tuna fish in oil 3 ounces miso papaya 1 fruit
spinach noodles
carrot juice cucumber peeled oat cereal cooked
spaghetti sauce yellow snap beans pears
mung bean sprouts green snap beans muffins oat bran
soybeans cooked vegetable soup soy milk
lettuce green leaf
kiwi fruit 1 medium salad dressing French 1 tbsp peppers sweet red

French fried potatoes 1 large fast food serving soup split pea

cauliflower soup clam chowder

raspberries seaweed kelp 2 tbsp

biscuit with egg & sausage fast food (1) chickpeas or garbanzo beans cooked

salad dressing vinegar & oil 1 tbsp fruit cocktail

pine nuts peppers hot chili green

tomatoes fresh chives 1 tbsp

salad dressing blue or Roquefort 1 tbsp peppers hot chili red

bread stuffing 1/2 cup squash summer

turkey patties breaded battered fried 1 patty soup vegetarian vegetable

seeds pumpkin or squash roasted peaches dried 3 halves

lettuce iceberg refried beans

peppers sweet green pinto beans

vegetable juice cocktail avocado 1 ounce

potatoes mashed figs dried (2)

pickle relish 1 tbsp red kidney beans

Asian pear mayonnaise salad dressing 1 tbsp

pickles dill (1) potatoes hash brown

chestnuts apricots canned

plums purple canned sweet potatoes

salad dressing thousand island 1 tbsp tomato juice

alfalfa seed sprouts peaches frozen

fruit leathers 1 ounce


chili con carne

honeydew melon
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1 comment:

Martha said...

Who ever thinks about vitamin K until they have to?! Nice of you to post this for your friend and others who may benefit from it.