If you've dined at a superswanky restaurant as of late, you're probably seeing a lot less kale and a lot more broccoleaf as the leafy green takes over as the superfood du jour. And, according to Wu, for good reason. "Broccoleaf is higher in calcium than kale, and calcium keeps bones strong," says Wu. Not only do bones, you know, hold up your face, Wu says strong bones help delay sagging and wrinkles.
One serving of broccoleaf also has 100 percent of your daily vitamin C needs, which Wu says will help promote collagen and prevent wrinkles.