Garlic Kale Recipe

Food that fights inflammation!

Omega 3 fatty acids are great for fighting inflammation and promoting a healthy nervous system. Many of us are very much used to getting these from cod liver oil or from fish oil. Something that you might not know is that you can get them from vegetables as well.

A great vegetarian source of omega 3s is your dark green leafy vegetables. You can add these vegetables in to not only increase your health but to add some wonderful tastes and textures into your diet.

This is a basic recipe that I use often. I use it to add to whatever dish that I am cooking at that time. This could also be a great addition to a leftover meal to give it new life.

As with most of the recipes that I am posting, you can adjust it to your own taste. I like some extra garlic and butter flavor in this dish.


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Garlic and Kale

By Dr. Joseph DuChene, Jr., D.C. Published: April 27, 2013

  • Prep: 15 mins
  • Cook: 15 mins
  • Ready In: 30 mins

This is an awesome recipe that can be added to anything you eat to enhance the nutrition of the meal as well as the flavor of the meal. The garlic butter combination makes everything taste great. When you add that to the slight bitterness and crunch of the kale it is just amazing. As with every recipe you can adjust the flavors to your taste.



  1. Saute in butter the garlic and chili peppers, if you are adding them, until you can smell the garlic.
  2. Add in the chopped kale and saute. You want the kale to brighten up. The kale is overcooked once it turns a dark green color.
  3. Taste and add in salt and pepper if you feel it needs it.
  4. Take the pan off the heat and enjoy.

Dr. Joseph DuChene, Jr., D.C.

I am a chiropractor in the Dallas area. I specialize in Applied Kinesiology Chiropractic. I love doing this technique because I can get better answers to my patients and help people that other chiropractors cannot.

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