Kale is one of those super-foods that most of us don’t eat very often. Not only does kale contain vitamin C, it is also an excellent source of beta-carotene (vitamin A about 17,000 IU), which believed help to fight against cancer, helps with night vision, heart disease and some age-related chronic diseases. It is also found to help keep blood pressure in a healthy range. Kale also should be one of the most loved greens by any woman, because it was found to reduce pre-menstrual syndrome and also is an easily-absorbable source of Calcium. Kale provides good amounts of Folate (16mcg), Iron (1.2mg) and Potassium (300 mg) per 1 cooked cup.