Dandelion greens are packed with vitamins and minerals such as Vitamin A, C, E, & K, and calcium, iron, zinc, & magnesium.
Dandelion greens are also about 14% protein, which is MORE protein per serving than spinach, Popeye’s favorite muscle building food!
Dandelion greens are especially beneficial for the liver and aid in flushing out toxins.
It’s high beta carotene and flavonoid content also benefits the immune system and cardiovascular system.
Dandelion greens are also one of the richest sources of plant based Vitamin K which is essential for bone and neurological health and Vitamin A, which is vital for eye and skin health. They can be found at most health food stores and farmer’s markets, but also growing wild right on our doorstep from Springtime.
Just ensure they haven't been sprayed with any pesticides and wash in cold water before using. The leaves can also be dried and later used as a medicinal tea. Try adding a few dandelion leaves to your soup, salad, green juice, or smoothie. They can also be steamed with garlic and ginger and drizzled with a little extra virgin olive oil.
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