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Horta (Greek for greens, χορτα), can include kale, collard greens, spinach, or any other leafy, green vegetable. The Greek style of preparation is boiled, with olive oil and fresh lemon juice.

Kale is among the world’s healthiest foods. The nutrients support healthy skin, hair and bones, healthy digestion and a reduced risk of 3 chronic health conditions.

#1 Diabetes: High fiber diets have been shown to improve blood sugar, lipids, and insulin levels. (Type 2 Diabetes)

#2 Heart Disease: Kale contains fiber, potassium, Vitamin C and B6, which all support heart health. For lowering blood pressure, increased potassium intake may be as important as decreased sodium intake.

#3 Cancer: Kale and other green vegetables contain chlorophyll. This helps the digestive tract prevent absorption of carcinogens from certain foods we consume. *It’s important to pair meat with green vegetables.Β 

These are just a few of the advantages. For a full list of the benefits of kale, check out the link below.

Www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/270435.php

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