What are the different ways of taking vitamin K?

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Vitamin K is best absorbed naturally, through your food and diet; however, sometimes it is necessary to take a supplement. This supplement can be taken as either a prescription or over-the-counter drug in capsule, tablet or injection form. It should be taken with water with or without food. For most adults, the recommended daily dosage is 90 to 120 micrograms. These measurements differ when it comes to infants, children, pregnant or breastfeeding women or the elderly.

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