Ever heard of the saying "kale is the new beef?" Judging from the fact that kale has more iron per calorie than beef, this saying is true. And that's one reason why busy women can benefit from adding kale to their diets—in fact, that's why some call kale the "queen of greens."
Kale is know for its anti-inflammatory properties, especially thanks to its high concentration of Vitamin K. And while inflammation can manifest (in good and bad ways) in many different systems in the body, one way that isn't good at all is the chronic inflammation of rheumatoid arthritis.
So, is "superfood" kale one way to combat the painful effects of arthritis?