Kale Juice: How To Make This Healthy Green Drink

30/07/2014 17:19 | Updated 20 May 2015

Out of all the superfoods, kale is definitely the coolest - in fact, kale has become something of a trend. With Eat More Kale t-shirts on sale and Alexa Chung's kale nail polish collection with Nails Inc in the pipeline, the leafy green vegetable is everywhere and in everything.

Is it worth the hype? Yes - thanks to the high concentration of vitamins, minerals and antioxidants, particularly vitamins A, C and K, health benefits include lowering cholesterol, improving digestion and promoting healthy skin and hair.

As with most superfoods, one of the easiest ways to boost your intake is with juices and smoothies, but don't be put off by their colour - green juices taste better than they look and a squeeze of citrus can do wonders for the flavour.

AOL Experts: Molly Sims Kale Juice

Want to drink your way to a glowing complexion and glossy locks? Find out how to make your own kale juice at home in the video above.

AOL's lifestyle expert and model Molly Sims and superfood chef Julie Morris share their tips on how to use fruit and vegetables for their health benefits and explain the difference between smoothies and juices. (Also note their choice of glasses - highballs can definitely make kale tastier.)


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