Kale is rich in nutrients and offers a range of health benefits for the whole body, containing a host of different antioxidants, vitamins, iron and more. All of which are used by the body for a range of different functions like aiding in the destruction of unwanted toxins like free radicals.
Kale is also a great source of vitamin C, containing more than most other vegetables, and around 4.5 times as much as spinach. Vitamin C is an important vitamin that’s vital in many of the body’s cells. One such job is for use in the synthesis of collagen, an abundant structural protein found within the body. Kale is also useful for helping to lower cholesterol and reduce the risk of heart disease as it’s used to help in the production of bile acids which help the body digest fats. A study found that consuming kale juice daily for a 12 week period saw an increase in good cholesterol by 27% and a reduction in bad cholesterol by 10%.
Kale has numerous compounds contained in its curly leaves, one such compound is indole-3-carbinol, which may support colon health, and also sulforaphane, which has been shown to be beneficial for cardiovascular health. Kale also has the 3,3'-Diindolylmethane compound, which research shows may support the health of the pancreas. Studies have also shown that Kale may also be beneficial to the cardiovascular system as well as the bladder.
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