Eat Kale Once A Week, See What Happens To Your Body

What is it about Kale that has made it all the rage? Well, research on the health benefits of Kale has happened only in the past few years and in today’s video, we will tell you what these benefits are. They range from limiting your risk of heart disease to helping you fight cancer and many more.

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Intro – 0:00
Protect you against Cancer – 1:04
Improves Bone Health – 2:06
Improves Eye Health – 2:49
Strengthens Your Immune System – 3:36
Protects Against Indigestion – 4:27
Keeps Your Kidneys Healthy – 5:17
Improves Heart Health – 6:00
Keeps Diabetes in Check – 6:53
Aids In Weight Loss – 7:46
Detoxifies Your Body – 8:17
Improves Brain Health – 9:40


1. Protect you against Cancer: Kale is full of antioxidants which can protect you against cancer. In one serving of kale, you can get enough antioxidants to help your body combat cancer.

2. Improves Bone Health: Kale is very good for your bone health as it is high in vitamin K, which can modify your bone matrix proteins. It also improves calcium absorption in your body making your bones stronger.

3. Improves Your Eye Health: Kale is a great source of lutein, which can help keep your eyes healthy. Along with other antioxidants that are present in Kale, it can protect you against many eye diseases.

4. Strengthens Your Immune System: Kale is a vitamin C powerhouse. One cup of Kale gets you get 80 mg of vitamin C. This makes up over 100% of what your body needs daily. It even beats out oranges in terms of Vitamin C content.

5. Protects Against Indigestion: You’ve most likely experienced indigestion. It’s that uncomfortable feeling in your stomach after a meal, sometimes accompanied by a burning sensation or pain in the abdomen. Other symptoms might include stomach growling, bloating, belching and gas and nausea or vomiting.

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