Why I Love Kale
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hi guys I want to talk about why I love kale so much this stuff right here this is what it looks like right there and hopefully at the end of this you’ll love it as well kale is very a very interesting vegetable because a lot of the other cruciferous are high in oxalates okay when that turns into kidney stones but kale is very low in oxalates believe it or not okay so it’s not going to contribute to kidney stone and definitely not like spinach spinach just like very high in oxalic okay it’s also unusually high in protein it has all nine essential amino acids it has all nine non-essential amino acids so it’s like amazing source of protein which is pretty cool it has more omega-3 than omega-6 fatty acids I mean if you think about like grains and beans and seeds they’re usually 40 to one sometimes six to one omega-6 to omega-3 rarely are the ever high in omega-3 which are anti-inflammatory so another great benefit it’s the king of carotenoids those are the pre vitamin A complexes vitamin A is essential for the eyes in the skin and the immune system and even though this has to be converted into the active form we also need this for other health benefits okay it’s a phytonutrient it’s also part of the vitamin it’s like a pre vitamin A vitamin C 80 milligrams per serving that’s pretty high more calcium than milk per calorie and it’s a bioavailable calcium okay so it’s very observable huge amounts of lutein lutein is really good for the eye prevent macular degeneration it’s good for glaucoma it’s good for vision it’s good for restoring vision I damage itself kale is also a prebiotic so it actually the fiber feeds your microbes okay that’s what they eat is the fiber it also it’s high in sulfur so it can detoxify at the genetic level so all the chemicals that you’re exposed to this can help reverse some of that and I like to do it in a kale like for lunch day by the kale salad now when I go home I’ll probably have a kale shake and I will put a small amount of berries I like blueberries and then I’ll take kale that’s already frozen it’s organic I’m going to put that in the blender fill it up with water put a couple berries I’ll usually put some other stuff I’ll put a little wheatgrass in there I might put nutritional yeast sometimes I’ll put beet tops and even parsley and I’ll blend it up really good you got a good good blender and I’ll drink it’ll make two huge things like that and I’ll drink one I’ll wait an hour I’ll drink the other one okay so definitely add kale to your diet it’s going to really help you what’s the next part what am I going to say take five do it and where am I going with this hey if you’re enjoying my videos press the subscribe button below and I will keep you updated on the future event thank you so much
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Dr. Berg talks about the health benefits of kale:
1. Very low in oxalates (these turn into kidney stones).
2. Unusually high in protein (all 9 essential and unessential amino acids)
3. More omega 3 fatty acids than omega 6 fatty acids.
4. Lot of carotinoids (previtamin A)
5. More bioavailable calcium that milk per calorie
6. Lutein for the eyes
7. Prebiotic – to feed your microbes
8. Has the ability to detoxify at the genetic level.
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