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KALE HAS MORE VITAMIN C THAN AN ORANGE
When you think of foods that are high in vitamin C, you probably think of oranges, grapefruits and maybe even pineapples. But do you think of green, leafy vegetables? Fresh kale, with its delicate curly leaves and unique tasty flavor, has more vitamin C than an orange. One cup of chopped kale provides 81 milligram of vitamin C, which is 134 percent of the recommended daily allowance, or RDA, for the average person. A large sized orange, on the other hand, only has 51 milligrams, or 85 percent of the RDA.
Why is vitamin C so important? It does more than just provide protection against the common cold. Vitamin C delivers antioxidants, protecting the cells in your body from deterioration and helping prevent cancer, diabetes, heart disease and even cataracts. Vitamin C may also be helpful in controlling allergies and asthma, because it is thought to reduce inflammation-inducing histamines in the body. The nutrient is even good for the skin; vitamin C is involved in collagen production, which makes it beneficial for healing wounds and broken bones.
KALE HAS MORE IRON THAN BEEF
Kale chips contain a higher percentage of iron per calorie than what you'll get from a plain steak or hamburger patty. A large serving of the dark green veggie provides just as much iron as a few ounces of beef. Adding a little extra iron to your diet is easy with kale. With very little effort you can create a tasty and iron-rich batch of kale chips using any one of our tried and tested recipes. We have recipes that have been custom tailored for an oven or a common home food dehydrator. Or better yet, you can purchase a delicious premade bag of kale chips in our online shop. It's very easy to get your daily allowance of iron when eating kale in any of it various forms.
Iron is essential for red blood cell production. It helps deliver oxygen to all of the organs of the body through the blood. Iron is also important in the creation of myoglobin, a substance in the blood that helps the muscles get their energy. Without enough iron, a person can not only feel lethargic and weak, but also look pale and sickly. Low iron, or anemia, can also cause brittle nails and skin problems.
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