The collard is a superfood that has a high content of iron, manganese, zinc, magnesium, potassium, and vitamin A, along with the ability to slow down the aging process.
It also has an amazing taste, and the quality is amazing for it’s size, meaning it’s an easy addition to any meal plan.
The biggest drawback to collard-greens is that they are often very expensive, but if you have some left over from the past week, you can use that as a great way to save money.
You can also use it to add extra vitamins to your diet.
You don’t have to use all of them, of course.
We’ve found that adding as many as two or three vitamins to a meal can help keep you fuller longer.
We’ll be adding more recipes to this article throughout the week, so keep checking back to see what else we’ve learned!
Collard greens are also very good sources of vitamins A, B6, and folate.
A high amount of B6 helps to keep your heart healthy, and B6 is also great for the liver, helping it produce less cholesterol and the body can use it for other functions.
For a more in-depth look at what’s good for you, check out our article on the collard.
If you have leftover greens from last week, we’d love to know what you use to cook them.