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Flower orange  HRW wrote 7 months ago

I see the red numbers in the vitamin K column and assume it has to do with an overage somehow. However, I don't know what the cut off is or what it might stand for since 90mcg is the top end and many of the numbers are below that.

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Tiger cub  hallmatt728 - - posted 2 months ago

They're there to just remind you that, that one ingredient has a lot of vitamin K and eating too much of it when you need to keep your INR range can be detrimental to your health. The higher the number the easier it is to eat to much generally. Kale for example is basically a big no no if you want your INR to stay high enough.

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