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NOT JUST ANOTHER PRETTY GARNISH

Parsley contains vitamins K, C, A, loads of folate and can minimize carcinogens in the body.

TWO-FIST IT

The size of your two fists put together is roughly the amount of greens your body needs every day.

WHAT’S GOOD FOR POPEYE

Spinach is rich in Omega 3 fatty acids, supports bone health and puts a pep in your step (or your punch).

TAKE THIS TO HEART

Did you know collard greens can actually lower your cholesterol? (And collards became the official vegetable of South Carolina in 2011!)

CHOPPIN’ BROCCOLI

Long before comedian Dana Carvey was singing about chopping broccoli, this gorgeous green healed the body and prevented cell damage with twice the vitamin C of an orange and almost as much calcium as milk!

LEAFY
GREENS PACK
A LOT OF POWER

They’re naturally nutrient dense—high in calcium, iron, magnesium, potassium, phosphorous, zinc and vitamins A, C, E and K, in addition to fiber, folic acid, chlor ophyll, and if eaten raw, liv e enzymes.

THEY'RE THE SUPER
IN SUPERFOODS

Power-
packed
greens can:

Boost
immunity

Improve
circulation

Purify
blood

Ease feelings
of depression

Reduce
inflammation

Provide energy

Clear congestion

Promote healthy
intestinal flora

Prevent cancer

Improve liver, kidney
and gall bladder
function

GREEN LOVE

Arugula isn’t just the hottest green on your sandwich; it was once known as a powerful aphrodisiac. So much to love!

KALE YEAH!

Did you know kale contains as much iron as many red meats?

SEEING GREEN

One cup of bok choy, often used in Chinese cooking, provides an entire recommended daily allowance of beta-carotene, which helps improve eyesight.

SWISS CHARD

This bright and sometimes colorful beauty isn’t really from Switzerland, but from the Mediterranean. Aristotle wrote about the ruby version in 4th century BC.

CALLING ALL JOES

Chicory is one of most versatile of vegetables. Think endive, escarole and radicchio. But also think of coffee. Ground chicory root can be added to boiling water to make a naturally decaffeinated cup of joe.

LEAFY GREENS PACK A LOT OF POWER

They’re naturally nutrient dense—high in calcium, iron, magnesium, potassium, phosphorous, zinc and vitamins A, C, E and K, in addition to fiber, folic acid, chlor ophyll, and if eaten raw, liv e enzymes.

THEY'RE THE SUPER
IN SUPERFOODS

NOT JUST ANOTHER PRETTY GARNISH

Parsley contains vitamins K, C, A, loads of folate and can minimize carcinogens in the body.

TWO-FIST IT

The size of your two fists put together is roughly the amount of greens your body needs every day.

WHAT’S GOOD FOR POPEYE

Spinach is rich in Omega 3 fatty acids, supports bone health and puts a pep in your step (or your punch).

TAKE THIS TO HEART

Did you know collard greens can actually lower your cholesterol? (And collards became the official vegetable of South Carolina in 2011!)

CHOPPIN’ BROCCOLI

Long before comedian Dana Carvey was singing about chopping broccoli, this gorgeous green healed the body and prevented cell damage with twice the vitamin C of an orange and almost as much calcium as milk!

GREEN LOVE

Arugula isn’t just the hottest green on your sandwich; it was once known as a powerful aphrodisiac. So much to love!

KALE YEAH!

Did you know kale contains as much iron as many red meats?

SEEING GREEN

One cup of bok choy, often used in Chinese cooking, provides an entire recommended daily allowance of beta-carotene, which helps improve eyesight.

SWISS CHARD

This bright and sometimes colorful beauty isn’t really from Switzerland, but from the Mediterranean. Aristotle wrote about the ruby version in 4th century BC.

CALLING ALL JOES

Chicory is one of most versatile of vegetables. Think endive, escarole and radicchio. But also think of coffee. Ground chicory root can be added to boiling water to make a naturally decaffeinated cup of joe.

Power-packed greens can:

Boost immunity

Improve circulation

Purify blood

Ease feelings of depression

Reduce inflammation

Provide energy

Clear congestion

Promote healthy intestinal flora

Prevent cancer

Improve liver, kidney and gall bladder function