REVERE, Mass. – A new medical app can help patients on blood thinners keep track of their Vitamin K intake. Developed by James Hollender, Warfarin Assist helps users track the foods they eat, noting their calorie, vitamin K1, K1D and K2 intake. The app provides access to nutritional information for more than 8,700 foods and 15,400 different food servings, all based on the U.S. Department of Agriculture National Nutrient Database for Standard Reference. All information is stored locally on the user’s device, so no Internet connectivity is required. Users can store up to a full year’s worth of food intake and caregivers can also view the information.
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