Vitamin K – Nutrition Month

Vitamin K is found in two sources: green leafy vegetables; in some animal foods and fermented food

Helps to make some proteins that are needed to build bones (osteocalcin) and blood clotting (prothrombin).  This vitamin is absorbed in the small intestine and stored in fatty tissue and the liver.  Also found in the liver, brain, heart, pancreas, and bone.

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Helpful Holiday Eating Pt. 1

How do you want to feel going into the new year?  What habits do you want to form or remove from daily life?  When making changes, start small, set a few realistic goals.  These can be eating smaller portion sizes, experimenting with Meatless Mondays, or adding one (1) vegetable to each meal…..and yes breakfast also.  The goal is to stick with your changes long term and make adjustments as needed.

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