6. Leafy Greens
Vitamin K may not directly affect your platelet count, but it can help to lower your risk of excessive bleeding due to a low platelet count. Leafy greens are the best source for vitamin K, and therefore consuming them will help whenever your platelet count hits bottom.
When you get injured, the body activates proteins to start the formation of blood clots and stop the bleeding. For this process, the proteins depend on vitamin K, without which the clotting of blood is not possible. So consuming leafy greens that contain a high amount of vitamin K will help when the blood platelets are low. You can add leafy greens, such as kale, spinach and fenugreek leave to your diet through salads, sandwiches, and smoothies.