It is an essential nutrient source in the diet, providing proteins and fibers to the advantage of digestion systems. By measure, half a cup of the branched vegetable has only 2 grams of the net carbohydrate weight.
Kales and other vegetables serve to provide non-carbohydrate nutrients otherwise not found in meat as far as the Ketogenic diet is concerned. Kales are a source of vitamins K, A, and C in a tremendous amount than several substrates. It also sources Iron, Manganese, Phosphorus, Calcium, etc.
A bit bland in taste and almost similar to broccoli in nutrition value, this cruciferous veggie has low carbohydrates portion of about 1.5 grams net weight in half a cup.