Although not as popular as other vitamins, but Vitamin K played an important role, is indispensable for the child.
Vitamin K is mainly in the different sources of the types of foods, especially vegetables such as kale, spinach, Brussels sprouts, broccoli, white and green cauliflower, lettuce, bean milk soy, green tea and other meats like beef and other animal liver. In addition, vitamin K also in fermented foods like yogurt.
Vitamin K is very good benefits to keep the immune system humming and accelerate the healing of the body. Therefore, do not forget to give children a healthy diet of foods containing this vitamin.
Children’s daily activities to make children to move a lot. The children move frequently and participating in sports activities to make children vulnerable. For example, when the child fell and was injured, the knee will bleed. This time the role of vitamin K begins to take effect and it becomes very important, reliable help heal wounds quickly.
Vitamin K also helps calcium absorption easy, and it also features links calcium with other minerals to help your child’s skeletal system and muscular endurance. Thus, the dietary deficiency of vitamin K can inhibit the development of bones and teeth.
Vitamin K also plays an important role to maintain the unity of the flow of blood sugar and the system will freeze when necessary to help children maintain equilibrium within the body. If vitamin K children will soon fall prey imbalance, causing bleeding or blocked blood vessels. In both cases, if not treated in time will lead to death.
Vitamin K is also very easy vitamins soluble in fat and plays an important role in the maintenance of renal
Vitamins are divided into three different categories are:
1. Vitamin K1 (phylloquinone) is a vitamin k can be found from plant products.
2. Vitamin K 2 (menaquinone) is a type of vitamin is produced by good bacteria found in the digestive system.
3. Vitamin K 3 (menadione) is a man-made vitamin for those who can not afford to absorb this vitamin from food sources.