What is Kale?
Kale is a cruciferous vegetable, in the same family as broccoli, collard, turnip and mustard greens, and cabbages such as napa, bok choy and brussels sprouts. Kale chips are a healthy alternative to potato or corn chips, and are baked in the oven rather than fried. These homemade vegetable snacks are crunchy, packed with nutrients and lower in calories and sodium than packaged chips.
Just one cup of kale contains more than 1,000 percent of the recommended daily allowance of vitamin K, more than 300 percent of your RDA for vitamin A and 200 percent of the vitamin C you need daily. In additional to those vitamins, kale is a good source of minerals and contains 40 percent of your manganese, 14 percent of your calcium and copper needs and 13 percent of your potassium requirement, for people following a 2,000-calorie diet.
Vitamin K is a fat-soluble vitamin; eating it with some type of healthy fat will help your body absorb the nutrient better. Scientist say that vitamin K can improve bone density and help prevent osteoporosis and reduce the risk of bleeding in people with liver disease, because vitamin K helps your blood clot. It is also suggested that vitamin K could reduce the risk of cancer.
Vitamins A and C
Vitamin A helps boost your immune system by protecting the cells that line your intestinal, respiratory and urinary tracts. When these cells break down, harmful bacteria is able to enter your body and cause illness and infection. Vitamin A also protects against night blindness, strengthening your retina so that your eyes can differentiate between subtle shade differences in low light. Vitamin C is an essential vitamin: Although most mammals can produce vitamin C, humans can't, and it must be included in your daily diet. Your body uses vitamin C to manufacture collagen, which is needed to make bones, tendons, ligaments and blood vessels. Vitamin C also is a powerful antioxidant and can protect your cells from free-radical damage.
- Kale*, Cashew Nuts (Tree Nuts), Activated Sunflower Seeds, Lemon Juice, Turmeric*, Kelp, Kalahari Salt, Ormus Minerals.
Allergens: Tree nuts.
15 out of 17 people would recommend this product14/09/2020, By FaithAbsolutely love these chips, they are my favorite!03/08/2020, By MountainTop stuff29/07/2020, By ConsumerIngredients listed here are not the same as what is listed on the back of the product. Be careful27/06/2020, By SizaTasty and a healthy delicious alternative. Expensive though for a single serving.05/05/2020, By TiaThese are phenomenal12/02/2020, By MelissaVery tasty snack but unfortunately a bit pricey.16/05/2019, By MishkaGreat taste but way too high price range. More suppliers might create a more competitive price range.06/12/2018, By NoelsterOrganic kale made into a very tasty snack03/11/2018, By EverlynnDisgusting. I'll stick to Simba for now22/07/2018, By SarahI am completely addicted to these kale crisps. Definitely the best on the market.14/07/2018, By NixxNot really a fan of kale, but I tried these chips out and they were surprisingly tasty.27/04/2018, By SamGreat tasty kale chips06/04/2018, By Truthtasted old compared to previous times02/04/2018, By TasmiyaBit too salty, but otherwise not to bad05/02/2018, By FriaI love most of the earthshine foods, including their kale chips! This cheesy flavour is lovely. They always hide some supergreens in their products which makes me super happy.01/02/2018, By NikI have to admit to being a bit of an Earthshine groupie .. lol .... but these ARE THE BEST kale chips on the market.
When I first heard of kale chips I was super sceptical, but these are
absolute TOPS for flavor and their ingredients are always the best. I willingly pay the small extra because I know it's top quality!
11/10/2017, By rochelleI love these kale chips but the price is a bit hefty, unfortunately :( Way better than the Woolies ones.
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