Every green you can eat is good for you but every green has a different nutritional profile. This guide is to assist you in choosing your greens to attain maximum nutrition in your diet whether it be in green smoothies, green juices, side dishes, salads, or just all by itself.

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spinich » Spinach

One of the most widely known of all leafy greens, Spinach is an excellent source of Thiamin, Niacin, Folate, and Zinc, as well as a very good source of Vitamin A, Riboflavin, Calcium, Iron and Magnesium. The favorite green for green smoothies because of its mild flavor…

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kale » Kale

Touted by many as the most nutritious green available in common grocery stores, kale is loaded with antioxidants, carotenes, and phytochemicals, especially high in Lutein, Zeaxanthin, and many more vital nutrients. Kale is also a "complete protein" (containing all essential amino acids)…

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chard» Chard

Available in a rainbow of colors, Chard is full of Thiamin, Folate, Zinc, Fiber, Vitamin A, Vitamin C, Vitamin E, Vitamin K, Riboflavin, Vitamin B6, Calcium, Iron, Magnesium, Phosphorus, Potassium, Copper and Manganese…

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spinich» Bok Choy

A power house of nutrition with a mild flavor, bok choy is an excellent green choice for green smoothies. Full of cancer fighting anti-oxidants, vitamins and minerals bock choy also has an enormous amount of usable Calcium as well as lots of essential amino acids…

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spinich» Wheatgrass

The most famous of all greens for nutritional benefits. Wheatgrass has taken the world by storm with its health benefits. But wheatgrass is not just for juicing – it is fantastic in green smoothies as well. Benefit from this sweet green loaded with nutrition…

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parsley» Parsley

You see it all the time on your plate at restaurants and it’s not put there to eat but did you know that it is likely the most nutritious thing on that plate? Parsley has the Vitamin C of oranges, more iron than spinach and one of the best disease preventing profiles of any whole food…

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collard greens» Collard

A common green found in the grocery store glorified by the South, collard greens are an excellent source of Protein, Thiamin, Niacin and Potassium, and a very good source of Dietary Fiber, Riboflavin, Vitamins, Folate, Calcium and Manganese…

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turnip greens» Turnip Greens

Known more for their tasty roots, Turnip Greens are the more beneficial part of the plant. Turnip greens are great for winter flu and cold season and anytime with their abundance of natural Vitamin E and Vitamin C. They are also a wonderful source of Folate and usable Calcium…

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mustard greens» Mustard Greens

Famous for their seeds, Mustard is a cancer fighting powerhouse full of anti-oxidants and stuffed with numerous vitamins and minerals including. These spicy greens should not be overlooked when eating for optimum health…

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dandelion» Dandelion

A feared enemy of the golf course, found in most lawns around the world, Dandelions are packed full of beta-carotene, and rich in Vitamin A as well as reported to have Vitamin D. Dandelion greens are particularly rich in a myriad of vitamins and minerals…

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romaine» Romaine

A very readily available lettuce, Romaine is often times dubbed the king of lettuces. Packed full of, Folate, Fiber, Vitamin A, Vitamin C, Vitamin K, B Vitamins, and Manganese, Romaine is recognized as a heart-healthy food…

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