NUTRITION FACTS Vitamins, Minerals, and Nutients: Vitamin K - necessary for blood clotting and assists with bone health Vitamin A - required for maintaining healthy mucusa and skin and is essential for vision. Foods rich in this vitamin are known to offer protection against lung and oral cavity cancers Manganese - assists with bone production, skin integrity, and blood sugar control Vitamin C - helps to rebuild tissues and blood vessels, and keep bones and teeth strong Did you know? Don’t overcook! Like other cruciferous vegetables, overcooked collard greens will begin to emit an unpleasant sulfur smell. To help collard greens to cook more quickly, evenly slice the leaves into smaller pieces. Letting them sit for at least 5 minutes before cooking, helps to bring out the health-promoting qualities.