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4) Arugula

100 grams of arugula contains 25 calories, 0.7 grams of fat, 3.7 grams of carbohydrates, 2.6 grams of protein.

Arugula or Italian cress is a distinct green leafy vegetable in the Mediterranean area it is popular for its wonderful peppery taste that adds spice to any dish you are having it with, it is rich in health benefits most importantly the excellent fiber content it has that helps you have regular bowel motions, aids in digestion, and keeps you full for longer, it also has phytochemicals that have wonderful antioxidant properties that help rejuvenate your cells.

Arugula is rich in calcium which is essential for bone and teeth health and blood clotting cascade along with vitamin K, it is also one of the substantial sources of vitamins C and A that help boost your immunity and improves your skin and eye health, arugula has 5 times the amount of vitamin B5 than that in spinach which is an important factor in getting well-moisturized skin and thick luster full hair.

There is also potassium in arugula, an important electrolyte for the healthy contraction of your muscles and heart along with its action in lowering high blood pressure, folate which aids in the making of your DNA, is also of immense importance to neural tissue development and growth.

Try to incorporate it more in your diet by throwing a couple of leaves in with a sandwich or a wrap maybe use it to top your pizza instead of basil or make crispy bright salads with some olive oil and lemon dressing to go along with your meals.