Kale contains prebiotics that promote good gut health, as it helps to increase the amount of good gut bacteria, helping with digestion
A close relative to kale, peppery arugula is chock full of vitamins, minerals and antioxidants, and also works to add more fiber into a diet.
A cruciferous pick that's part of the brassica family, Fischer points to broccoli rabe as one of the richest sources of vitamins A, C and K on this list.
Radicchio is rich in fiber, zinc and the fat-soluble vitamin K, so you'll want to enjoy it with a healthy fat, like olive oil," Fischer says. "Fiber also helps to keep blood sugar
Brussels sprouts hold a significant amount of naturally occurring potassium in each bite, alongside Vitamins B and C. Its reputation may be worse. But its strong flavor profile
"Dandelion contains vitamins A, C, K, as well as folate, iron, calcium and potassium, which is a natural diuretic," she adds.
Endives also are rich in vitamin A, C and E, packing an extra punch of electrolytes found within their potassium makeup.
"It's also a rich source of Vitamin C, which can promote collagen production; key for healthy skin, hair and nails."
"Cacao is also full of antioxidants, a great source of electrolytes and minerals like magnesium, contains iron, and potassium, which is a natural diuretic," Fischer adds.