Kale has between 10-15 glucosinolate nutrients which reduce the likelihood of cancers, including ovarian, breast, prostate, colon and lung cancer.
Kale scores high on Vitamin A due to its beta carotene content, which is beneficial for great skin and good eyesight.
It has high Vitamin B content which boosts the metabolism.
It is also a high source of Vitamins C, an antioxidant which helps burn fat.
Kale also contains manganese (which boosts the immune system and synthesizes cholesterol).
Vitamin C stops free radical damage which can trigger inflammatory conditions, like osteoarthritis, asthma and rheumatoid arthritis.
Moreover, Vitamin C is of course vital for a healthy immune system, which prevents colds and even ear infections.