Kale does in fact provide more vitamin K (a whopping 680 percent per cup), vitamin A, vitamin C and fiber, than spinach but it also contains high concentration of two extremely beneficial antioxidants: flavonoids and carotenoids.
Kale does in fact provide more vitamin K (a whopping 680 percent per cup), vitamin A, vitamin C and fiber, than spinach but it also contains high concentration of two extremely beneficial antioxidants: flavonoids and carotenoids. John Walker MCT
Kale does in fact provide more vitamin K (a whopping 680 percent per cup), vitamin A, vitamin C and fiber, than spinach but it also contains high concentration of two extremely beneficial antioxidants: flavonoids and carotenoids. John Walker MCT

Which foods are healthier? Solving kale vs. spinach – and more

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