Broccoli provides fiber, vitamin C, vitamin K, iron, and potassium. It has more protein than most veggies and 31 calories per serving.
Binding bile acids in the stomach makes them easier to eliminate, lowering cholesterol. Carotenoids in it prevent health issues.
Chard—also called as silverbeet, everlasting spinach, crab beet, or Mangold—is a lesser-known vegetable.
Vitamin K and A are abundant. One cup provides 700% of the daily vitamin K and 44% of vitamin A requirements.
It provides vegetarians with protein, enzymes, and 18 of the 20 amino acids. Wheatgrass detoxifies and improves digestion.
Wheatgrass is another superfood. It includes vitamin A, C, and E, as well as 98 of the earth's minerals.
It detoxifies, improves digestion, lowers LDL cholesterol, and maintains appropriate blood sugar levels.
Dieticians have noticed this leafy green's high chlorophyll content.
Barley grass reduces type II diabetic symptoms and prevents some cancers in human trials.
Scientists attribute this to its potent antioxidant powers. It also lowers harmful cholesterol.