The good stuff
The rainbow part of this vegetable refers to the colourful stalks and sometimes leaves that make it stand out from other varieties. The diverse antioxidants in the rainbow chard help normalise blood pressure and reduce inflammation. It’s also rich in fibre and known as a good blood sugar regulator.
How to eat?
Chop up finely and add to quiches, stews and soups or fry up with some onions and fresh herbs as a healthy side dish.