The kale is also known as Leaf cabbage, curly cabbage leaves.
It’s a subspecies of wild cabbage.

It is a vegetable with green or purple leaves from the Cruciferous family. Certain cultivated varieties of Kale are common as edible vegetables, while other cultivated varieties are common as ornamental plants.

The kale is also known as a superfood, due to its high nutritional values. Kale is an excellent source of vitamin A (due to its carotenoid content), vitamin C and vitamin K.
It is a very good source of copper, the amino acid tryptophan, calcium, vitamin B6 and potassium.
It is also a good source of iron, magnesium, vitamin E, vitamin B12, protein, vitamin B1, folic acid and vitamin B3.
Kyle has many health benefits such as lowering cholesterol, lowering the risk of five cancers: bladder, breast, colon, ovarian and prostate.
Kale leaves are an ingredient in a lot of healthy recipes.

Nutrition Facts (per 100 grams)

Calories (energy) 49 Vitamin A (mcg) 500
Protein (grams) 4.28 Total Vitamin B (mg) 1.743
Carbohydrate (grams) 8.75 Folic-Vitamin B9 (mcg) 141
fat (grams) 0.93 Vitamin C (mg) 120
Saturated fat(grams) 0.091 Vitamin E (mg) 1.54
Cholesterol (mg) 0 Vitamin K (mcg) 704.8
Sodium (ml) 38 Calcium (mg) 150
Dietary fiber (grams) 3.6 Iron (mg) 1.47
Water (grams) 80.04 potassium 491


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