Good For Your Body

Bok choy is more than delicious in appetizers, soups, salads, main dishes or side dishes. It’s good for you, too.

Nutrition score-keepers, take note:

How Much Is Enough?

Eating cruciferous vegetables, including bok choy, provides many health benefits. Minimum requirements for ongoing good health are 1 ½ cups, 2 – 3 times/week. More is better!

  • Over 70 antioxidant substances

    Protects the body from damage caused by free radical molecules; may boost immunity.

  • More Vitamin A than Brussel sprouts and broccoli

    Promotes good vision, healthy immune system, bone and cell growth – 100g (about a cup) provides 149% of the US RDA.

  • 75% RDA of Vitamin C in a cup of bok choy

    Helps the body develop resistance to infectious agents and scavenges harmful free radicals.

  • 21 nutrients, including omega-3s & high amounts of lutein

    Contributes to eye health and may improve skin hydration and elasticity.

  • An Excellent Source Of Fiber

    Lowers risk of heart disease, stroke, diabetes, and other health problems.