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why can't you eat leafy greens when taking blood thinners

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I am a person who takes blood thinners as well, it has to do with the vitamin K in the green vegetables. Vitamin K acts as a blood thinner. and if your doctor has you on a regulated dosage. green vegetables will mess up your numbers because of the way your body will absorb the vitamin k from the vegetables, it is not consistant. Blood thinners are.

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