Although Paleo tends to run counter to conventional wisdom, vegetables are one place where we find common ground. Collard greens, for example, are often touted as a health food, and with good reason. These leaves contain lots of vitamins C and K, calcium, magnesium, and potassium. They’re also a good source of soluble fiber and may even contain cancer-fighting properties.
In This Case, More Really is Better
Although everyone knows that they should eat their veggies, most of us living a Paleo lifestyle are aware that we should be eating even more than what the USDA recommends. Terry Wahls, for example, recommends eating 9 servings every day.