Health Benefits of Kale/Smoothie Recipes

Health Benefits of Kale
Have you ever read the Health Benefits of Kale, if not continue reading.
Kale is very substantial to our diets, not even spinach can compare to it, it provides nutrients that support hair, bones, healthy skin, the vitamin 6 and folic acid provides cardiovascular support which reduces the risk of heart disease and aids in digestion.
Kale helps in lowering the risk of high blood pressure, cancer and asthma. It may help in preventing various cancers such as: ovarian, colon and prostate cancer.
Kale is very high in antioxidants which include vitamin c, beta carotene, polyphenols and flavonoids.  A cup of kale contains even more vitamin c than an orange; I actually didn’t know that I learnt something new today guys and hope you did too.
Also vitamin k is a very important nutrient I’m the diet and kale is one of the best sources of Vitamin k, it helps in the clotting of blood.
Kale is also high in iron, vitamin a, calcium; it is low-calorie, has zero fats and has high fiber. Kale is good to use in detoxifying your body and keeping your liver healthy.
Reading the Health Benefits of Kale was a joy to read in seeing the many benefits it has to offer. Kale is an all-rounder and great to have it in your kitchen. Using it in your salads also s great. But for those who don’t like the taste the smoothie is your best bet. Doing a green juice cleanse from time to time is good to do and can also help with constipation. I hope you enjoyed my little summary of it.
Want to go more in-depth on the Health Benefits of Kale you can read it HERE
Kale Smoothie Recipes
1 cup kale                            
1 1/2 cup chia seeds           
2/3 cup orange juice 
1/2 cup water 
1 cup mango chunks
1 cup of berries

Banana (1)
2 cups kale
1/2 lime
 pineapple juice/ 2 cups
2 tbsp, chia seeds
2 cups water

1 cup kale
1 whole Banana
1/2 cup pineapple
1/2 cup strawberries
1 tbsp. honey
half cup of  apple juice 
1/2 cup of milk (optional)

1/2 cup fresh or frozen blueberries
6 oz. plain greek yogurt
1/2 cup almond milk, coconut milk or milk
1 ripe banana
1/2 cup fresh kale and spinach
1 packet of stevia sweetener (optional)

Hope you found this info informative guys. Share the post with others and try your best to stay as healthy as possible and reduce your salt and sodium intake as much as possible. Hope you found these recipes helpful and if you try any of them do let me know. 
Have you ever had a kale smoothie?.  Did you like it? What are your thoughts?
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