Nutritional Profile

It is super-rich in antioxidants, vitamins K, A, and C, and other minerals like iron. The antioxidants and other phytonutrients help prevent dangerous ailments like cancer, heart disease, and inflammation. Vitamin K preserves bones while vitamin A enhances vision health. And the antioxidants and vitamin C improve the health of your skin and hair.

Applications

To get the best health benefits from kale you should eat it raw, but if you don’t like the raw taste, or just want to jazz things up a little, there are plenty of fun and delicious ways to enjoy it.

Taste

This kind of kale tends to have a bright, peppery flavour that can become quite bitter.