5 Best Leafy Greens You Should Be Eating Every Day

Vegetables are a crucial element of a healthy diet, and we all know it. They're not only a great source of nutrients including vitamins and minerals, but they're also simple to integrate into nearly any meal.

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According to the USDA's 2020-2025 Dietary Guidelines, Americans should consume a variety of vegetables, with dark greens being one of the most important.

Dandelion greens

"These greens are strong because they promote bile flow, breaking down lipids, improving digestion, and protecting and assisting the liver," explain The Nutrition Twins.


Bok choy

Bok choy is a cruciferous vegetable, which means it's in the same family as broccoli, Brussels sprouts, and cabbage.

Broccoli sprouts

These 3-to-5-day-old broccoli leaves mimic alfalfa sprouts. Per ounce, they have the same calories and macronutrients as broccoli, but 100 times more glucoraphanin.


Watercress provides fibre, vitamin C, disease-preventing glucosinates, and more, according to The Nutrition Twins.


As a rich source of potassium, spinach has been linked to lowered blood pressure, while its lutein content has been tied to boosted cognitive function.  And beyond its nutritional benefits, this vegetable boasts a versatile flavor profile.


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