If you are looking for a vegetable to add to your diet, then I suggest picking kale. 

I know -- not very exciting, but there are so many health benefits of kale, it is worth a try.

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Kale comes in a variety of appearances, but all types of kale are extremely nutritious. Some of the vitamins and minerals kale has to include vitamin k, vitamin a, calcium, and potassium, just to name a few.

If you’re unsure about what these vitamins and minerals do here is a quick rundown, vitamin k is important because it helps blood clot and it supports bone wellness. Vitamin a is crucial to many aspects of wellness because it helps keep your skin, eyes, teeth, and mucus membranes healthy, that’s a lot, isn’t it? Calcium is a mineral that helps support blood vessels, nervous system, and muscle wellness. And potassium helps your muscles contract and your cells absorb nutrients and remove waste.

Now that you know a little about how wonderfully healthy kale is for you, you’re probably wondering what‘s the best way to eat it. Well, there’s no right way or wrong way, so it depends on what your tastes are when it comes to preparing vegetables.  You can make a nice salad of mixed greens using baby kale.  Some people enjoy kale as an ingredient in their smoothies (you cannot even taste, I promise). Others eat kale after roasting it in order to make kale chips.

Beautiful sunflower fields to visit in NJ 2021

Among reasons why the “Garden State” remains a fitting nickname for New Jersey — late summer means the arrival of sunflower season.

There are at least six fields, spanning the state. Some are in bloom as of early August, while others are planned to peak from late August to late September.

Calling or emailing before heading out is always advisable if weather appears to be an issue. 

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Point Pleasant Beach NJ: 11 most popular spots

The oceanside location of Point Pleasant Beach has been a source of enjoyment for centuries.

The first permanent boardwalk was built in 1915 and in the late 1920’s, Orlo Jenkinson built Jenkinson’s Pavilion and Swimming Pool. 

Over the past 100 years or so, the community has grown into a vibrant resort destination for state residents and tourists, alike.