Plant Based Diet Solutions

Here is a list of the eight Ivy league schools of vegetables:

No. 1 – Kale Yale University

Kale is a superior powerhouse that trumps all other vegetables on our planet! This one should be the first University that you apply to your salad or green drink!

One cup of kale provides you with: 180% DV of Vitamin A, 200% DV of Vitamin C, 1,020% DV of Vitamin K, and contains only 36 calories, 5 grams of fiber, 15% of the daily requirements of calcium & vitamin B6, 40% magnesium and it’s a good source of: minerals copper, potassium, iron, manganese, & phosphorus.

Eating one cup of kale is like eating: 103 bananas for enough Vitamin A and 384 small carrots for Vitamin K.

Kale is linked to high concentration, anti-cancer health benefits, lowering cholesterol, being great for eye health, very anti-inflammatory, good source of antioxidants…

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About urbanveganchic

I'm an urban chic woman, who is passionate about educating others about the benefits of a whole foods, plant-based vegan diet, cancer prevention & survival, as well as art & life. I love adventures and travel. As an artist and a teacher, I care deeply about healthy living, being a conscious steward of our planet, and being kind & respectful towards animals. Learning about a vegan plant-based diet has been like discovering a new country and falling in love with it, so if I sound like I'm enamored you now know why! As a world traveler, I truly wish I had discovered this beautiful new country twenty years ago! Better late than never, as they say, cause there's no going back now! Born and raised in Scandinavia. Proud owner of a tripod cat & a foxy little pup. Speak four languages...some better than others. Working on the fifth one. We are all either part of the problem or the solution! Health & Happiness to you! ~UrbanVeganChic

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