Why This Precocious Green Has Been Called an Intestinal Broom
Kale is a beautiful cruciferous vegetable, often also strongly considered to be one of the most nutritious. We like to think of it as the frilly bow tie of the vegetable kingdom, and my oh my is this one health machine of a super green. Kale is good for you and an important inclusion in your diet for so many reasons, this post is almost too difficult to write. But we’ll try to break down some of the most important things you should know about why kale is so healthy.
Kale fights fat. You’ll read about it if you have all day to do a Google search on kale’s health benefits, and then you spend all day reading the articles that you find. Don’t. We already did it for you. Most greens (think lettuce, here, people) are not necessarily super high in fiber, but kale turns all that info on its head. Thus, adding kale to your diet provides you a nutritious and healthy green, and one that will adequately replace starchy foods, or bread, or rice, for example, insomuch as it will also give you the feeling of a full belly. Continue reading