Fuji Kale powder.

By suecsdy Latest Reply 2018-02-20 21:27:48 -0600
Started 2016-08-25 15:31:38 -0500

So, I got this box of Fuji Kale powder free. Anybody use this stuff? It's supposed to be good for what ails you, blood sugar, blood pressure, has Vitamin C and K and Calcium. Just mix in a drink and that's it. Now that I have it, I'm a little leary about trying it. Lol I honestly forgot about it until I got an e-mail a few days ago that it had shipped. I may save it until bedtime and take it then to see if it might help with my morning nos.

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Dee60 2018-02-20 15:41:12 -0600 Report

I got mine free too. Did your's come in green box? Anyway, it seems to keep my blood sugar low and I love it. It taste like kale is suppose to taste. I was leery and about a month ago said what the heck and I am glad I did.

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onafixedincome 2016-08-26 01:17:16 -0500 Report

Gotta be careful with vitamin K, you can screw up your clotting ability if you overdo (like if you ate a lot of kale and took a vitamin supplement, for instance.). Unlike the B vitamins, your body stores the K you don't currently need and it can be hard to shake. Just a heads up—if you have clotting issues, watch your K intake.

suecsdy 2016-08-26 07:27:23 -0500 Report

Thanks. As far as I know, no clotting issues. Last time I had surgery, they gave me Coumadin til my nose bled.

GabbyPA 2016-08-25 16:08:02 -0500 Report

I turned into a kale freak when I started juicing. Now I eat it in salads and it makes a great saute. I don't "supplement" with it anymore. I just enjoy it when I get the chance.

haoleboy 2016-08-25 16:32:22 -0500 Report

crunchy addition to salads

GabbyPA 2016-08-25 20:43:33 -0500 Report

I like the heavy texture of it against the lighter lettuce and spinach. My salads are anything but boring for sure. I use all kinds of herbs, veggies and greens in them.

haoleboy 2016-08-25 15:46:43 -0500 Report

Lot of vitamin K
supposed to help with insulin sensitivity … but guessing it would take a month or more before you see any improvement (if ever).
but kale is good for you so … go for it!

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