Like many other leafy greens, kale kale promotes general health thanks to its high nutrient content and antioxidants. In 67g kale contains a lot of vitamins A, B, C, K, potassium, calcium, copper …
A 2018 study found that drinking 150ml of kale kale juice daily for 12 weeks can increase HDL cholesterol by 27%, while lowering LDL cholesterol by 10%.
In 160g of cooked peas contain 9g of fiber, 9g of protein and vitamins A, C, K, riboflavin, thiamin, niacin and folate. Due to its high fiber content, peas can support the digestive system by promoting healthy gut bacteria and improving bowel movements.
The abundant potassium in peas also helps regulate blood pressure at a stable level. This is because potassium acts as a vasodilator, meaning it reduces blood vessel blockages and lowers blood pressure.
In addition, beans also contain saponins, a group of plant compounds that have the ability to prevent cancer. Saponin can repel cancer by reducing the growth of tumors and killing the cancer cells.