Boil, braise, steam or sauté – you can cook Chard any way you want even raw juice with it. Chop it up and include it in your favorite stuffing mix or pasta sauces
In a 100 gram serving, raw Swiss chard provides 19 calories and has rich content of vitamins A, K, and C. Also having significant content in raw chard are vitamin E and the dietary minerals, magnesium, manganese, iron and potassium. Carbohydrates, protein, fat and dietary fiber have low content.
When chard is cooked by boiling, vitamin and mineral contents are reduced compared to raw chard but still benefits your metabolism health!