Swiss Chard

A good source of bone-needing copper, calcium, vitamin K, manganese, and magnesium; antioxidants alpha and beta Carotene (pro-A), vitamin C, and vitamin E; heart-healthy potassium and folate; energy-producing iron, vitamin B2, vitamin B6, vitamin B1, vitamin B5, biotin, and niacin;and immune supportive zinc. A good source of flavonoids and betalains phytonutrients. Regrettably, also quite high in Oxalic Acid and thus should not be a major or frequent gutload choice (boiling may reduce the oxalic acid).
Ca:p Ratio = 1.10:1

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