From brussel sprouts, microgreens, arugula, collard greens to broccoli and more, watch till the end to learn about all of them.
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Intro – 0:00
Kale – 00:35
Brussels sprouts – 01:35
Spinach – 02:12
Microgreens – 03:31
Swiss Chard – 04:08
Mustard Greens – 04:42
Arugula – 05:13
Spirulina – 05:49
Collard Greens – 06:25
Watercress – 07:07
Parsley – 07:36
Broccoli – 08:08
1. Kale: Probably the most famous green leafy vegetable, kale has a leg up with its hardy, green leaves. Unlike lettuce and spinach, it’s a cruciferous vegetable. It contains vitamins K, C, A and B6. It is also loaded with minerals like folate, fiber, and manganese.
2. Brussels sprouts: Brussels sprouts are another healthy cruciferous vegetable. They contain certain antioxidants shown to help counteract cell damage. It's also an approachable gateway vegetable for skeptics when roasted until crispy.
3. Spinach: How can we talk about the healthiest green leafy vegetables and not mention spinach? There are many different kinds but the most common is flat or smooth-leaf spinach which you can easily find at your local store. Other varieties include savoy and semi-savoy spinach, which both sport a more wrinkled, coarser leaf.
4. Microgreens: Here's proof that great things come in small packages. Microgreens are the underdeveloped greens of vegetables such as kale, arugula, and broccoli. They are harvested just one to two weeks after planting and are a treasure trove of vital nutrients. A study found that several varieties of microgreens including cabbage and cilantro contain nutrient levels up to six times greater than those found in mature plants.
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