Can you think of anything as exciting as wonderful kale on the go, to use whenever and wherever you need an extra serving of greens! Dehydrated kale powder contains all of its original nutrients but without the worry or inconvenience of wilted, old kale greens. Researchers have identified over 45 different flavonoids (antioxidants) in kale. With kaempferol and quercetin at the top, kale’s flavonoids combine both antioxidant and anti-inflammatory benefits in a way that gives it a fighting role with helping chronic inflammation and oxidative stress. You can easily add Kale powder to salads, smoothies, protein shakes, baked goods, you name it. Mix it with your home made pasta for a healthy spin. The possibilities are endless! Kale has been known for at least 2,000 years. The first mention of the kales in America was in 1669; but because of their popularity in the European countries, it is possible it has been around American earlier. Kale is often called “borecole,” and in America, collards are sometimes called “sprouts.” “Kale” is a Scottish word derived from coles or caulis, terms used by the Greeks and Romans in referring to the whole cabbage like a group of plants.