Arugula is high in several key nutrients for bone health, including calcium and vitamin K. Vitamin K is involved in bone metabolism and that a deficiency can increase the risk of bone fracture. Leafy green vegetables are one of the primary dietary sources of vitamin K. One cup of arugula provides 21.8 micrograms (mcg) of vitamin K.
Adequate vitamin K consumption improves bone health by playing an essential role in bone mineralization and helps to improve how the body absorbs and excretes calcium, which is another crucial nutrient for bone health. Arugula also contributes to a person’s daily need for calcium, providing 32 milligrams (mg) per cup, going towards the DV of 1,000 mg for adults.
Zesty and nutty
Folate Iron(Fe), Calcium(Ca), Magnesium(Mg), Potassium(K) and Vitamin A, B, C & E
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