Mustard Greens ★
Mustard Greens are a popular food in Greece. It is high in Vitamin K and its good for your blood and bones.1 It is full of antioxidants and that makes it a very strong anti inflammatory food. It is an excellent source of carotenes, vitamin C, folic acid, manganese, vitamin E, copper, dietary fiber, vitamin B6, and calcium and a very good source of phosphorus, vitamin B2, potassium, magnesium, protein, vitamin B1, and iron.2
Also, Mustard Greens may help lower your cholesterol by up to 20%. Hear more about it Here. Eat either 1 cup of raw or ½ cup of cooked greens per day to get the benefits.
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Note: In Greece, 1 in 3 people live to the age of 90 and there are no reported cases of Alzheimer’s disease there. Another popular vegetable in Greece is Fennel.