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8. Kale

Kale is a powerful superfood that packs up an incredibly low amount of calories and provides the body a potent burst of essential nutrients, minerals and antioxidants. It is packed with a super-high density of alpha-linolenic acid, a plant-based healthy fat that eliminates the symptoms of inflammation, along with countless antioxidants that protect the cells.

All you need is one cup of cooked kale to provide your body a whopping 9% of your daily dosage requirement of potassium and calcium, along with 6% magnesium.

Baby kale leaves are an excellent ingredient for a nutritious salad, and you can always fix yourself a hearty treat of kale chips with an indulgent dip sauce of fresh homemade hummus.

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9. Red Bell Pepper

Research reveals than consuming one cup of raw red bell pepper can provide the body 9% of its daily potassium needs, 4% magnesium and 1% calcium. You can always freeze chopped red bell peppers in the fridge for around 8-10 days.

Be sure to wrap them up in a mildly damp paper towel to shield them from drying out. You can toss these frozen bell peppers in your casseroles, pastas, and baked recipes.

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