Collard Greens

1/10/2013

 
My favorite collard greens are from a can...I am sure to use a low sodium source, but I find that because I cannot prepare them well, I get this cholesterol-lowering source from YES a can...As an excellent source of vitamin K and a good source of omega-3 fatty acids, collard greens provide us with anti-inflammatory nutrients that involves cardiovascular support...

Each 1-cup serving of cooked collard greens contains about 50 calories, 4 grams protein and 9 grams carbohydrates...Collard greens have no cholesterol and take up only 1 percent of your daily allotment of fat and sodium with each serving...
 



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