“This dark, leafy green is perfect for fall salads,” Cording says. It has minimal calories, but more noticeable flavor (think: peppery) than greens like spinach. Health-wise, it’s abundant in vitamins A, C, K, and sulfur-rich phytochemicals that may help fight cancer. It’s also a good source of folic acid and iron.
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