Siddhart and Aini are both correct. Vit K is PRO-thrombotic. If anything, it might increase any potential blockage. But that is all theoretical because you need those vitamins as part of a healthy diet. For example, the dark green leafy vegetables are also a good source of folic acid
. And that might be beneficial in making your vessels more compliant. The only way, therefore, that eating vegetables rich in vitamin K (and folic acid) may help you is if you also avoid animal or saturated fats and so lower your cholesterol
. But if you have a calcified plaque
, even that may not be sufficient. But it is the combination of a plaque AND and clot in the coronary artery
that is usually responsible for a heart attack
Take home message: what you're saying is nonsense. Believe it if you want. But you will not be protecting yourself from heart disease
. As for your ridiculous conspiracy theory, if you really believe that doctors have the "secret cure" for heart disease, HIV/AIDS, cancer or whatever, then you have a medical condition called paranoia
. And the next time you get ill or injured, I would dearly love to see whom you seek out for care.