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Kale, Kale, Kale

Kale, Kale, Kale

I know all everyone talks about how good Kale is for you, lately. But do you know the benefits… Now you do. I hope you enjoy that green smoothies or kale chips even more knowing this.
One more interesting fact…
Kale is a dark green, leafy vegetable that is part of the cabbage family. In addition to dark green, kale is also available in a variety of other colors such as purple, white, and even pink. Although part of the cabbage family, kale does not grow in a tightly bound head, but on long, fibrous stalks that cascade out from the center of a bunch.

How do you prepare your Kale?



Hello, It is so nice to meet you. I am an Institute of Integrative Nutrition (IIN) Health Coach Graduate. I am impassioned about living and teaching others to live a balanced, wholesome life. I will show you how to nourish your body with healthy food and loving thoughts. There was a time I struggled with a debauched body image. Jumping from one failing fad diet to another, thinking none of my dreams will come true because I did not fit in a size 2. It really bugs the heck out of me knowing others also think like this and like me have probably wasted so much time worrying how others or how we viewed, say our butt. Instead we should have been freely relishing in fun or soaking in essential happenings, getting the most out of life. I want to strongly convey from here and beyond what real beautiful body image is. There are a few aspects to this. One is to show you how to keep a fantastic figure by adding real satisfying delicious nutritious foods to your diet that will have you glowing from the inside out. Also, but not any less important are, I want to clarify how these foundations support a well balanced self: finding and participating in fun fitting active activities, having loving communicative relationships, enjoying a harmonious career, comforting spirituality, enticing hobbies, etc.

5 thoughts on “Kale, Kale, Kale

    1. Thank you, much.
      So it doesn’t get overwhelming, I try to add a new superfood in about each week or so. Experiment with it. See it I like it and it fits in with recipes I like, then move on to something else that might compliment it.

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