Hi, I'm Addison. I'm a young female who is dedicated to help saving the world, in a very odd way. I prevent people from eating the wrong items.
I'm Addison's sidekick Martin. I occsinally come along on adventures and will help out along the way.
This young baby most likely got an injection to help his blood flow.
I'm looking at the menu, and everything listed lacks vitamn K.
Ughh .... I need something to eat Addison.
Addison has dedicated her life to helping out others.
Vitamin K injections are often given to newborns to as their bodies cannot produce it (human intestine product). Newborns are the most susceptible to vitamin K deficiency; vitamin K deficiency in adults is rare. Vitamin K toxicity is typically seen in formula-fed infants or those receiving synthetic vitamin K-3 (menadione) injections. The effects of vitamin K toxicity can include jaundice in newborns, hemolytic anemia, and hyperbilirubinemia.
Foods rich in Vitamin K include leafy green vegatables such as kale, spinach; also eggs, cheeses, and meats.