Kale Facts

What Is This Kale Stuff Anyway?

Kale Kale is leafy green vegetable that originates from the Brassica family which is a group of vegetables that include cabbage, collards, broccoli, cauliflower and brussels sprouts.

This super food has recently gained wide spread attention because of its health promoting properties. Although there are many varieties of Kale, the overall nutritional properties of Kale in general have proven to be extremely beneficial to good health in many areas.

Kale is high in vitamin C, vitamin K, beta carotene, and rich in calcium and is a source of two carotenoids, lutein and zeaxanthin.


So Here's a Breakdown Of What All Of That Means?

Anti Inflammatory Benefits Cardiovascular Support Helps With Detoxing Vitamin A High in Vitamin C
Kale contains omega-3 fatty acids. Promotes normal cholesterol and support good heart health. Contains fiber and sulfur which are both great for detoxifying and keeping good liver health. For good vision and skin. For and strong immune system, metabolism and hydration.
High in Vitamin K High in Calcium Low in Calories Powerful Antioxidants High in Iron
Promotes good bone health. Promotes strong bones and teeth. Sun Seasoned Kale Chips are only 120-140 calories per serving. Contains many antioxidants. Supports the formation of hemoglobin and enzymes. Transports oxygen to various parts of the body. Promotes cell growth and proper liver functions.
So Listen To Your Body