There is no better time of the year than now to include kale in your diet for good health. As the air around you gets colder, the sugars in Kale start to get more concentrated and it gets sweeter. While everything else in the garden will start to follow the road of decline, Kale will only get stronger.
Below mentioned are a few reasons why you should include Kale in your diet.
A single serving of Kale is known to have more calcium that will be absorbed by your body, than a small milk carton.
Kale is extremely rich in nutrients
When you consume a single cup of Kale, you are consuming just 33 calories, but is very rich in other nutrients – it contains Vitamin K (684%), Vitamin C (134%), Vitamin A (206%), together, along with calcium, magnesium, folate, iron, fiber, proteins, omega-3s and magnesium.
Kale is rich in phytonutrients
Phytonutrients or magical antioxidants in kale make it a very healthy inclusion in your diet. They help in multiple ways to keep your body working better. They help reduce inflammation, they help prevent stress and they also increase the livers ability to detox.
Kale tops the charts in terms of nutrients!
If you are looking at including greens in your diet, choose kale over others as it has the most amount of nutrients.Eat it how you like
Unlike some greens, you can consume kale the way you like it best. Cook it, eat it as a salad or make it a part of a healthy smoothie.
It may take a while for you to adjust to kale, so start slowly and build it up gradually.
You should get in touch with a Registered Holistic Nutritionist and also speak with a Homeopathic Doctor, so that you can learn about tips that make kale an easy inclusion in your diet. Lead a natural life, and you will never worry about your health again.