Are you on Team Spinach or Team Kale?
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I buy Trader Joe’s, Organic “Power to the Greens” which is a mixture of Baby Spinach, Baby Kale and Baby Chard.
How does Chard figure into this equation?
Thanks for posting. I don’t frequent Trader Joe’s, but will definitely look for this.
I am trying to figure out how much of a nutribulet size of cup I should take daily, the small cup or the bigger cup. Any recomandations?
I use half and half when I can find both in the organic section. Mostly, when I can’t get to Whole Foods or the Co-op, I use spinach because my local supermarket never has organic kale. Using conventional kale is worse than not having greens because of the pesticides…I feel the difference.
I used Spinach so much in the past, but, now, I’m a KALE Gal!
Kale all the way…
I am the same, I like Spinach a lot and yet to use Kale at all. I want to buy more organic. I bought some package “organic” spinach. But, would it be the genuine article? who knows!
Thanks for the post! I currently use an organic super greens mixture but today just bought an organic mixture of baby kale, and baby spinach. I guess my question is does the “baby” mixture have less nutrients than their “mature” counterparts?
LInda, there are several variables at play and we have yet to find a conclusive answer to this great question.
According to what we do know, both are excellent choices and filled with nutritional benefits. Take a look at this link for some more details.
I just saw on the news this morning (and have read elsewhere) that baby greens are more nutritionally potent that ‘adult’ greens. Also slightly less bitter. Sprouts are best of all since they store all the nutrients yet to grow. So I am following the logic that the younger the green, the more powerful the nutrients! When I am being diligent with my smoothies, I alternate between the organic super greens and the baby kale and baby spinach – so you are right on target IMHO!
Awesome post! I use both…but may begin using more kale…which I only buy now because of the NutriBullet
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