- A Unique Item, Rarely found in Groceries and Supermarkets!
The Queen of Greens! Hard and are rarely on supermarket shelves. We grow variety of kales from Kailan to American Curly and even Red Kale :)
"If you are preparing a 3.5 cup of kale salad, you will get 315 mg of calcium—more calcium than you would get from a glass of cow’s milk. Scientific studies revealed that in the human body, calcium absorption from kale is relatively more than calcium absorption from milk."
"When you add kale to your diet, you will be benefiting from a huge amount of vitamin K (more than 1100% of the daily recommendation), as well as significant amounts of vitamin A, vitamin C, copper and manganese. Additionally, there are decent levels of potassium, calcium, iron, dietary fiber, vitamin B6, omega-3 fatty acids, magnesium, thiamin, niacin, folate and phosphorus. There are also a number of powerful antioxidants found in kale, namely lutein and zeaxanthin, as well as kaempferol and quercetin. Finally, a single cup of kale only has 36 calories, but provides a notable amount of protein. Overall, the nutritional density of kale is extremely beneficial for a health diet."