Kale

So long, kale and avocado. Food industry analysts predict the next big produce trends.
According to the CDC, kale isn't quite as nutritionally dense as some other types of greens.
Kale isn’t king: CDC ranks salad greens and kale came in surprisingly low.
Potatoes One potato contains 42 mg of Vitamin C. This is often unexpected when we think about potatoes. It's no wonder we
Where in the world was kale when I was growing up? I don't think I even heard of it until a few years ago. Now one cannot escape it - in salads, of course, but in beverages, desserts, fried, baked.
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Homemade applesauce is richly flavored, tart and sweet -- almost like apple pie filling -- and a world apart from store-bought
That's the good news. The bad news, according to an article in Huffington Post United Kingdom, is that kale also contains
Dr. Frank Lipman author of "10 Reasons You Feel Old And Get Fat" shares his tips for how to maintain a healthy diet.
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When I'm invited to a picnic, I'm almost certain there won't be many options for me -- I don't eat sandwiches or crisps, I try to avoid chocolate and cakes, and so might nibble on some fruit and maybe the odd piece of chocolate if I desperately want it. Putting together a small tray of healthy options, however, need not be complex and mind-boggling.
When you are ready to make your green smoothie, make sure you keep it simple by trying just one or two greens. Spinach is the best place to start, since it blends in almost any blender and is pretty tasteless in a smoothie.
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