“Super food” kale is rich in vitamins A, C, K, calcium, iron, folic acid, fiber, carotene and other nutrients. Moreover, kale is gluten-free, suitable for people with gluten intolerance and high blood sugar, because it is a high-fiber low-calorie food, and eating will not cause blood sugar to rise. In addition, kale contains a lot of fiber, which can help intestinal peristalsis and help defecation.
Kale not only has many benefits, but also has many ways to eat. In addition to making kale juice, you only need to mix kale with extra virgin olive oil, a little salt, lemon juice 1 and parmesan cheese. A delicious and healthy salad.