Thus Kale National Day may not be on your calendar, but today is here! This super has been on the radars of health conscious people for quite some time and is not going anywhere. Even it comes in several varieties. We are talking about the dazzling blue kale, kale dinosaur (rawwrrrrr), purple kale, kale, red Russian kale effervescence, and kale Siber wheel. Some varieties of kale need to cook down, while others can be rinsed and threw in a salad .
Rich in vitamins A, C, and K, as well as potassium, fiber, and manganese, kale is a cruciferous vegetable and is one of the best cruciferous in the world. Other members of the brassica family include broccoli, cabbage, kohlrabi, Brussels sprouts and cabbages. Kale has been studied for its relationship to cancer because of its rich nutritional content . It has many antioxidants, anti-inflammatory and anti-cancer nutrients. Kale helps fight oxidative stress, which is the body’s response to excessive inflammation.
Kale is a great detoxifying . This helps eliminate toxins from your system and actually beneficial to the digestive system . Because fiber content of kale, which provides great support for proper digestive health.
How incorporates more kale into your diet? If you are a little tired of trying new vegetables, the best and easiest way to add kale to your diet is to juice or add to smoothies. If you are in search of healthy snack a great idea is season kale with salt, pepper and drizzle with olive oil, then place the pieces in the oven to make chips kale .
To celebrate this cruciferous vegetable, here are some of our favorite recipes cabbage.
Potatoes Savory sweet stuffed with white and Kale Jewish
Kale and coconut salad with orange vinaigrette infusion
Kale and pineapple juice: