Kale – Tons of fiber, vitamin C, beta carotene, and vitamin A.
Collard Greens – K – rich green that supports bone growth and reduce inflammation, contains micro-nutrient choline that can help with sleep and overall mood.
Watercress – Dietary nitrate that been shown to help with high blood pressure.
Swiss chard – vitamin K, and minerals such as magnesium, calcium and potassium.
Bok Choy – The glucosinolates gives bok choy its flavor, but it also has cancer fighting compounds.
Spinach – Contains potassium, vitamin K, vitamin A which helps lower blood pressure and maintain bone health.
Arugula – Contains alphalipoic acid which a antioxidant that has been shown to lower glucose levels and help with diabetes symptoms.
Brussel Sprouts – Part of the cruciferous family, Brussel sprouts are a great source of protein, iron and potassium.
Carrots – Beta – carotene may help with vision for people with a lack of vitamin A, the carotenoids in this root vegetable have been linked to help reduce of cancers such as lung.
Cabbage – Sulforaphane found in cabbage may show some promise to help with autism symptoms.