Kale has a place with a big group of vegetables, broccoli and cauliflower, but it is still different from them.
You’ve probably heard that broccoli is incredibly solid vegetable and there are generally incredible effects on our well-being. In this way, if the kale does not sound so familiar to you, you can freely do a google research, because it is also very healthy for us and for our body.
Kale can improve our well-being:
Kale is a rich source that fights malignancy, which means it does not protect against extreme attacks in the body, soothes irritation and prevents dangerous diseases. Helping lower blood cholesterol, Kale is an incredible companion to our heart and veins. This plant helps expel unsafe toxins from our body (detoxification).
It contains few calories and has huge nutrients An and K. It additionally contains many nutrients of C vitamin. Different vitamins also found in large numbers are: nutrients B6, fibers, manganese and omega-3 unsaturated fats.
It is assumed that no less than 2-3 times a week, we should all eat vegetable from the cabbage family (kale, broccoli, cauliflower, cabbage). Kale can be mixed with different vegetables.
Let’s start with it, wash it with water, (for 5 minutes), add it to the plate of mixed green, in the cooked rice, as a side dish of various other dishes. You can season it with lemon juice or a little salt.
Dietary benefit of Kale:
- 100 grams of kale contains:
- Calories: 50kcal (2% of GMP)
- Nutrient A: 15376 IE (308% of GMP)
- Manganese: 0.8 mg (39% of GMP)
- Nutrient C: 120mg (200% of GMP)
- Nutrient K: 817mg (1021% of GMP)
- Omega 3 unsaturated fats: 180 mg.
Green vegetables are delicious to eat, they have many benefits and they do not contain many calories and are rich in valuable supplements. It’s great, tasty and healthy, so it’s recommended to eat a new, not old one.