This leafy green is a great source of vitamin K, which helps blood coagulate and prevents internal hemorrhaging. It may also help keep your bones strong as you age. Also, “high intake of cruciferous vegetables, such as kale, has been related to reduced risk of prostate cancer,” says Grotto. To maximize your benefits, eat cooked kale instead of the raw variety.
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