Kale works through your air passages clearing the way of debris to make breathing easier.
Adding kale to your coconut rich diet will work wonders for your gut fauna while adding the photographed Red Russian Kale will work wonders for your airway passages, breathing and bad breath.
Its cultivated across Europe, Japan and the United States for its succulent, “frilly“ leaves, but i’m not sure they quite realized that it was essential food for optimal health, until just recently; although it was once cultivated as one of the most common green vegetables in the middle ages across Europe.
The Red Russian Kale has a mild nutty flavor, it is slightly sweet and earthy, with a hearty texture. I add it to salads and soups but prefer it sauteed in coconut oil, with seasoning and other vegetables, because the coconut oil helps to transport all nutritional benefits across the blood, brain and oxygen barriers; suggesting that it will transport the enzymes, or health benefits from the kale, across the blood-brain barrier feeding your cells on a deeper cellular level.
Nutrients in kale offer protection from vitamin A deficiency, osteoporosis, iron-deficiency anemia. Plus it is believed to protect from cardiovascular diseases, colon and prostate cancers. If those aren’t reason enough to add Red Russian Kale to your coconut oil-rich diet, than you should think about how good you’ll breath and smell -naturally.
These leafy greens are rich in numerous health benefits including polyphenolic flavonoid compounds: lutein, zea-xanthin and beta-carotene, plus its high in vitamin A (333% of RDA ), vitamin-K (587% of RDA), vitamin C (120% of RDA), B-complex vitamins including niacin, vitamin B-6 (pyridoxine, thiamin, pantothenic acid, etc). It is also a rich source of minerals like copper, calcium, sodium, potassium, iron, manganese and phosphorus while also containing health-promoting phytochemicals: sulforaphane and indole-3-carbinol, which protect against prostate and colon cancers.
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The characteristics of the Red Russian kale can be decoded as follows:
- Jagged edges indicate relief for breathing & halitosis issues
- Reddish/purplish color indicates astaxanthin is present
- Green color indicates growth via nitrogen present
- Circles indicate relief to beating issues, via clearing of airway passages
- Yellowing indicates elimination assistance via potassium
- Yellowish stem innards indicate removal of waste
- Large leaf indicates relief to neurological and lung issues
- Small veins in the leaf indicate relief to sinus membranes
- Pointy leaves removal of bacteria or something toxic
- Thick stem indicates bone health benefits
Please note that this is a new language developed through my experience and research over the last few decades. Once noticing the language of whole food, I decided to share it in hopes of saving someone from experiencing the tragedies my family has undergone. Please note that the above collection of “tips” is a collection of observances from scientific research found in science journals and online, which can be found if you dig deep enough, which is exactly what I did to prove that what was revealed to me from above was no true; inadvertently proving that it is the most true of all.
- Astaxathin crosses the blood, brain and cellar membrane barriers; bringing strength to the area and stopping the proliferation of cancer.
- Beta-carotene = is converted to vitamin-A in the body
- Vitamin A = required for maintaining healthy mucosa and skin, essential for vision, provides protection against lung and oral cavity cancers.
- Vitamin K = Essential in bone health promoting bone formation and strengthening activity. Helps limit neuronal damage in the brain- plays role in the treatment of patients suffering from Alzheimer’s disease.
- Vitamin-C = Powerful antioxidant, which helps the body develop resistance against infectious agents and scavenge harmful oxygen-free radicals.
- B-complex group of vitamins = Such as niacin, vitamin B-6 (pyridoxine), thiamin, pantothenic acid, etc; are essential for substrate metabolism in the body.
- Manganese = Used by the body as a co-factor for the antioxidant enzyme, superoxide dismutase.
- Iron = required for cellular oxidation and red blood cell formation.
- Potassium = Important component of cell and body fluids that helps control heart rate and blood pressure by countering effects of sodium.
- Zea-xanthin = Important dietary carotenoid, selectively absorbed into the retinal macula lutea in the eyes where it is thought to provide antioxidant and protective light-filtering functions. Helps prevent retinal detachment and offer protection against “age-related macular degeneration disease and also prevents ARMD in the elderly.