EAT YOUR GREENS: One of the healthiest greens on this planet is kale. It contains Vitamin K, a nutrient that helps to support healthy bone formation and manganese, which promotes bone density. Kale is also high in calcium, iron and Vitamins C & A. Both Vitamin K and magnesium are needed to help the body make use of the calcium we take in making kale especially beneficial for those of us having issues with dairy products. Best of all, kale is the top leafy green source of carotenoids, which promote eye health and may help lower the risk of age-related macular degeneration. It has no cholesterol and offers a nice serving of fiber and protein. If you are unsure of merging kale with your taste buds, try these recipes:

Roasted Kale