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Kohlrabi can have the tex­ture of an ap­ple Step aside, kale—there’s a re­vived crop of new-age, power-packed veg­eta­bles your fam­ily should em­brace. In­tro­duc­ing kohlrabi, a sput­nik-re­sem­bling turnip cab­bage con­tain­ing higher lev­els of vi­ta­min C than fresh or­anges, ac­cord­ing to the U.S. Depart­ment of Agri­cul­ture. Purslane, a lemony herb, is an­other nu­tri­ent cham­pion. Re­searchers have dis­cov­ered that it has the high­est amount of healthy Omega-3 fats among all edi­ble plants, and is “higher than spinach in vi­ta­mins E and C,” says Kristin Kirk­patrick, well­ness man­ager at the Cleve­land Clinic Well­ness In­sti­tute. Also, fol­low the tail of the su­per­food curve with Kalettes, a non-GMO hy­brid of kale and Brus­sels sprouts that pro­vides 120 per­cent of your daily vi­ta­min K needs. Melvita Cal­en­dula Oil, RM118 ( 50ml) OLD OILS, NEW TIMES An­cient Egyp­tians used the cal­en­dula sap to heal wounds, but re­cent re­search re­vealed that it is also a po­tent treat­ment for acne, mak­ing it a nat­u­ral al­ter­na­tive for pim­ply teens. Skin creams con­tain­ing cal­en­dula oil have been found to smoothen blem­ishes, mak­ing it a key ad­di­tion to any skin care reper­toire.

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