NUTRITION CONTENT FOR JULY 2016
In The Kitchen
Get In The Know
Kale has been getting a lot of press lately, some call it the new beef. One thing you may be wondering is how to use it. I’ve come up with 10 easy and delicious ways to incorporate kale into your diet.
But first, here are just some of the health benefits of eating kale. I like to think of kale as a nutritional powerhouse, it’s high in iron, vitamin K (important for bone health), vitamin A (important for vision and skin) and vitamin C (important for your immune system). It’s also a great anti-inflammatory food which is great to fight against arthritis, it’s rich in calcium and is filled with antioxidants to help protect you from cancers. And to top it all off it’s fantastic for detoxing the body on a regular basis to help build a strong liver.