Kale - Not For Turtles Anymore

Just call it vitamin K. Kale is so abundantly rich in vitamin K, necessary for a variety of essential bodily functions such as blood clotting and bone activity, that it makes it an undeniable source of nutrients. One cup of kale is a powerhouse of fiber, calcium, magnesium, and vitamins A, C, and B6. And if you're still not sold, it may provide cancer protection and lower cholesterol. The delicious flavor will have your kids growing strong and healthy without them even realizing.

Check out the video above for great kale recipes.

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