Kale is a cruciferous veggie, a potent goitrogen
Kale can cause the blood to get too thick, it can cause agglutination and it is also high in vitamin k, which is good if you just eat a little
occasionally, other wise it can cause agglutination of the blood which can cause mild to major strokes if you do not make enough of the enzyme to
break down the Thrombin. It can also cause minor blood clots in the heart muscles if you overeat it.
Kale is safer if you cook it, but then again it tastes like crap when cooked, I would rather eat cooked spinach in a quiche, or just boiled with some
milk and butter. Spinach is safe when cooked, it is similar to the greater plantain that grows in my yard. That is also called the soldiers bandage
because it clots blood quickly when applied to wounds, another good thing to stimulate clotting if you are bleeding is Yarrow, Yarrow also contains a
chemical similar to hydrogen peroxide. Good for ulcers.
Kale and spinach are high in oxylates, they can cause kidney stones. If you cook it well, the oxylates break down and are harmless. Or just to make
sure, stick a little milk into the dish, the oxylates bind to the calcium and neither is absorbed from the gut.
I rarely eat green leafy veggies unless they are cooked, iceberg lettuce is the safest one. I will add a few pieces of fresh picked tender young
dandelion greens to my salad sometimes, ones I know are safe, ones I have growing in the yard. I cannot eat much tomatoes, they cause bumps and
sores, I can use all kinds of chemicals without them bothering my skin, other than acetone, but I cannot eat the super food tomatoes except
occasionally, like once a week. I also am intolerant to avacados, I am not dumb enough to eat them just because someone says they are good for you.
I actually tested on myself to see if they effected my breathing, they do.
But, the hospitals need money to pay their help and we have too many people in the world, so make sure to eat your kale salad.
28-6-2018 by rickymouse because: (no reason given)