81. Collard greens
Collard greens are nutrient-packed crucifers in the same family of vegetables as broccoli and cabbage. They are low in calories (25 per cup), high in fiber, vitamin A, and vitamin C, and contain powerful anti-cancer phytonutrients, Morrow says. Additionally, collards are an excellent source of vitamin K, which aids in bone health and blood clotting. Because they are a bit tough and can be bitter, eat them cooked—try it in soups, scrambled eggs, or sautéed with olive oil, garlic and lemon juice, Morrow suggests.
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