I take a VERY expensive supplement (but I've been taking it for over 3 years now & the list of my doctors who approved it: dentist, GP, gastroenterologist, breathing specialist, obgyn) which I believe helps me. The only thing that "offsets" the price is that not only does it replace any multivitamin but it has SO many other nutrients that anytime my naturopath friend finds something she thinks will help my lupus, malabsorption issues, autoimmune situations, we look and it's already in there, too! It's Shakeology. And if you look it up, yes, it's SO EXPENSIVE. So, like I say, I take NO other supplements (plus it doesn't contains a few things that are known lupus triggers that its closest--and much cheaper--competitors contain).
I want to put in a word for kale crisps, too. I made an ovenfull yesterday and my elderly father--who will be 100% honest about what he likes--was overheard exclaiming in excitement how GREAT they were.
I do mine in a 350F oven, one layer that has been tossed with 1T EVOO and salt "to taste." I just shake mine on and sometimes get too much or too little. :) I don't flip mine but I do WATCH them starting about 10 minutes in and remove the ones that are dried. It's better to get them out before they turn too dark but I even like the toasty ones. Mine will take as long as 30 minutes sometimes--it depends on the thickness of the leaves. And I just destem mine, I don't do the pieces.