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Kale Juice

  • Veg
    • 5 mins
    • Serves 4
    • Easy



    Kale is a leafy green vegetable which carries with it major health benefits. It can be consumed in its raw form, can be cooked, or used in juices. In the green family, it belongs to the species of Brassica oleracea. Two of the most common types of Kale leaves that are widely used are the flat-leafed Lacinato kale or the curly-leafed kale.

    The juice of these leaves is a great way of consuming all the benefits and nutrients that it holds which might be lost if it is cooked on heat. You can drink this juice early in the morning before breakfast or workout or at any time during the day.

    So, here is the recipe for a drink that is best for your body and health.

    Health Benefits

    This leafy green is packed with all the nutrients you need, to stay active during your busy day. It is a great source of vitamins which includes vitamin A, vitamin C, vitamin K, and vitamin B6. It also helps keeps your heart healthy and smart, as 1 cup of kale every day provides all the necessary antioxidants, contains more calcium than a container of milk, has more iron than beef, and is anti-inflammatory.

    In addition to this, it is a healthy way of losing weight by getting rid of body fat. It fights cancer due to the presence of quercetin, kaempferol, and sulforaphane in it, which helps in preventing the growth of cancerous cells, thus reducing the risk of developing cancer.

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    How to Make Kale Juice

    • Wash all the ingredients, vegetables and fruits, thoroughly to remove any dirt or traces of mud
    • Now, take one produce at a time and push it through the juicer as per the machine’s directions of use.
    • Place 2 to 3 ice cubes in two glasses
    • Pour the freshly prepared juice into these glasses and serve immediately.


    • Kale has been cultivated for the past 6,000 years, around the world
    • A kale plant keeps producing leaves even into late winters and is known to get sweeter after a frost

    It is considered to be from the cabbage family and is considered an ancestor of all its varieties.


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