kale's actually not the healthiest green on the block. In fact, in a recentreport published by the Centers for Disease Control that ranked 47 "powerhouse fruits and vegetables," kale placed only 15th (with 49.07 points out of 100 for nutrient density)! Here's a roundup of the 10 leafy green cousins that researchers say pack a greater nutritional wallop. Read 'em, eat 'em, and reap the benefits.
☛ Do you eat Swiss Chard? Like spinach, it is packed with phytonutrients that have disease prevention properties and many health benefits. Chard leaves are an excellent source of Antioxidants. ✒ Share | Like | Re-pin | Comment
NYT Cooking: The warm, nutty flavor of good varieties of whole wheat pasta is robust enough to stand up to intense, complicated sauces, yet satisfying with just a little butter and Parmesan shaved over the top.