Kale Cricket is a leafy green vegetable that belongs to the brassica family, also known by the names of collard greens or kale.
This vegetable stands out for its high water content, making it an excellent natural option to purify the body and eliminate toxins from the body, also because of its low calorie level.
Kale cabbage stands out for its high calcium content and for its high contribution of vitamins, among which vitamin A, C and K stand out. It is also rich in iron, potassium and magnesium.
And also in Omega 3 fatty acids (which help our neurons and has other essential functions for our body), that is, it has a high nutritional value due to its great contribution in micronutrients.
It is a very versatile vegetable and highly valued in the kitchen, it can be cooked both fresh and raw, baked, sautéed or blanched
Scientific studies show that the calcium found in Kale is better absorbed than the calcium in milk.
It is a very popular vegetable among celebrities, they usually take it in the form of a shake or green smoothie using its colorful leaves as ingredients.
In fact, it is the ideal ally for diets that seek to lose weight but maintain a good level of nutrients, minerals, fiber and vitamins. And let’s not forget that it is a very tasty vegetable.
It is considered a “superfood” since it provides multiple benefits to our health. In addition to having high amounts of dietary fiber, which helps improve our intestinal transit.
It can be eaten as kale chips, baked kale… You can find out more in our recipe section
The Kale is considered a winter vegetable, something to keep in mind if you are wondering where to buy kale or when to buy kale. Although the new varieties and forms of cultivation mean that the CRICKET campaign lasts all year except for the months of July and August.
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