These Nordic Diet foods could make you as strong as Norse god—and live just as long.
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CabbageThe other “super” veggie gets a category all its own. Whether white, red or savoy, the close relative of kale and Brussels sprouts grows well in cooler climates and is packed with iron and other vitamins and minerals, Hahnemann says. In fact, the University of Oslo found that cabbage contains some of the highest levels of antioxidants in any vegetable and are good source of omega-3 fatty acids and vitamin K. Pack some cabbage into stews, salads and on pizza or wherever these leaves may fit.
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