The Many Health Benefits Of Kale

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The Many Health Benefits of Kale

Kale is the new superfood that is taking the world by storm. With an array of health benefits, it is easy to see why. But along with this popularity comes rising prices.

As the myriad of health benefits become widely known, the prices of kale rise. Growing your own Kale at home can help to reduce the amount spent on the superfood and help themeans the whole family will benefit from the myriad of beneficial health qualities.

The History

A descendent of the wild cabbage, kale Kale entered Europe around 600 B.C with Celtic travellers. A significant crop for ancient Romans and a vegetable eaten by peasants in the Middle Ages, – English settlers brought kale Kale to the USA in the 17th century.

Originally a decorative garden plant, kale Kale most recently comes in two much more recent now has two common varieties; Ornamental and Dinosaur. The latter was discovered in Italy in the 19th century while Ornamental kale was commercially cultivated in 1980’s California.
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Lo Calorie, High Fibre, Zero Fat

With only 36 calories, 5 grams of fibre and 0 of fat in one cup of kaleKale, it is great for aiding digestion. It is also full of many vitamins, folate and magnesium.

High in iron

Essential for the production of haemoglobin, enzymes and transporting blood around the body, per calorie, kale Kale has more iron than
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