Superfoods That Are Actually Healthier Than Kale

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Written by: Brandi Monasco

When you think of superfoods, the first food that probably comes to your mind is kale. And while kale is such an incredible food because it does so many amazing things for your body, it is not the only food that has super powers. In fact, are other superfoods that surpass kale.

Superfoods That Are Healthier Than Kale:

Romaine Lettuce

Romaine lettuce is a superfood that is healthier than kale. It is packed with high levels of folic acids, vitamin B and vitamin K, which help to prevent high cholesterol levels. You can also find high levels of folate in romaine lettuce, which helps to fights off depression.


Parsley is a great superfood that can help you meet your daily requirement of vitamin K. Parsley is also rich in vitamin C and offers prevention from rheumatoid arthritis. Fresh parsley is recommended over dried because it possesses super flavor.

Collard Greens

Collard greens are well known for their ability to support the digestive system and make it healthy. Collard greens contain vitamins A, K and C. These vitamins are essential to the body. Eating collard greens also helps you to lower high cholesterol, especially when they are steamed. For better results, select collard greens that are fresh. You can eat them raw or steam them lightly for about 5 minutes.


Spinach provides a high amount of iron to your body. Iron is vital in maintaining muscle health and transporting oxygen throughout your body. Spinach contains a compound known as thylakoids that is found in the leaf membranes. This compound is an effective appetite suppressant, which helps to reduce food cravings and promotes healthy weight loss.


Rich in vitamin B6, vitamin C and beta carotene, watercress is a healthy superfood. It has the ability to prevent various cardiovascular illnesses. Its nutritional value and density is much more than that of kale.


Chard offers protection against diabetes as it contains several polyphenol antioxidants that include anthocyanin, which also works as an anti-inflammatory. It works by regulating the  glucose levels in your blood.

Leaf Lettuce

Leaf lettuce is another superfood that can be an alternative to kale. Two cups of leaf lettuce provides vitamin K that aids in keeping your bones strong and healthy.

If you thought that kale was the only source of rich nutrients, now you have an added list of superfoods that are also incredible sources of nutrients and are healthier than kale.

Which one’s your favorite? Share with us in the comments below!

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Brandi Monasco

Brandi Monasco

Health Advocate at Gettin' Healthy
Brandi Monasco is a freelance writer, graphic designer and social media manager from Texas. She graduated with a Bachelor’s Degree in Communication Arts and has recently found a new love for health and nutrition.
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