We all know that vitamin C is good for our immune system, but did you know it can also improve a person’s blood clotting time?
Vitamin C deficiency is often the culprit when someone has excessive bleeding tendencies.
In this blog post, we will explore what vitamin keeps blood thin and how to diagnose a deficiency if you are concerned about your own health.
*Vitamin: C, Blood Clotting Time and Bleeding Tendencies.
*Description: a client who has bleeding tendencies may have vitamin deficiency.
Vitamin C is good for clotting time. Deficiency can cause excessive blood loss.
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*Omega-three fatty acids are important for keeping blood from clotting too easily.
*Vitamin K is also essential in the production of a protein that helps blood to clot.
*Both vitamins can be found in leafy greens like spinach and kale, as well as walnuts, avocados, and soybeans.
*Another way to get enough vitamin K into your diet is by incorporating fermented foods such as sauerkraut or kimchi into it every day.
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