For decades, spinach has ruled over all green leafy veggies as the gold standard of "good-for-you" food. But in recent years, there's been a hot new challenger to the throne: kale. Its status as a superfood has made it the trendiest vegetable at restaurants, farmers markets and grocery stores.
12 Leafy Greens: A Quick Guide When it comes to leafy greens you have many choices. We highlight 12 of the most commonly used leafy greens. What’s the difference in calories for arugula vs. spinach? Which leafy greens have a peppery taste? Which leafy greens are a good source of potassium? What leafy green is often used in Mediterranean cooking? Read our blog article or view this infographic to find the answers to these questions and more. #LeafyGreens
2 tablespoons of chia seeds contain: By now many people know the huge benefits of these tiny little superfood heroes Chia seeds. Amongst a meridian of nutrition in just 2 tablespoons of Chia Seeds there contains: 64% more Potassium than a Banana 2 X the Antioxidants of Blueberries 41% of your daily Fibre 5 X more Calcium than milk 100% more Omega3 than Salmon 3 X more Iron than Spinach 20% Protein 32% your daily Magnesium #chiaseeds