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Some vegetables and there health benefits
-It helps reconstitute the blood, bringing important sustenance to the brain, heart, lungs, liver and kidneys.
-A potent anti-oxidant which has been proven to protect against cancer. It is loaded with Vitamin C, more so than oranges, that we should all be consuming as much as possible – especially to prevent cancer. A chemical called Sulforaphane is in broccoli, it has been shown to kill peptic ulcers and gastritis.
-It is powerful health benefits including beautiful skin, cancer prevention, and anti-aging. With that said they also improve muscle, soft tissue and skin health. While reducing the risk of heart disease and high blood pressure, while boosting immunity and protecting the skin against sun damage.
-It also helps reduce stress hormones. Celery also contains a compound called coumarins that helps prevent free radicals from damaging cells. Decreasing the mutations that increase the potential for cells to become cancerous. How you ask? It magnifies the activity of certain white blood cells, immune defenders that target and eliminate potentially harmful cells, including cancers cells.
-A good source of vitamin A, C, and K. Also a good source of phosphorus, pantothenic acid, manganese, magnesium and potassium. Cucumber contains two useful compounds called ascorbic acid and caffeic acid, both help prevent water retention and lowers cholesterol level.
Cucumbers are an excellent source of silicon, that the body uses as one of the building blocks for connective tissue, which includes intracellular cement, tendons, cartilage, muscles, bone and ligaments. But is known as “the beauty mineral”, why? It has an ability to improve skin, nails and hair. Giving you youthful glow and complexion.
-Among being rich in vitamin A, B2 and C, fiber, potassium, iron and a whole mess of other phytonutrients, it is also a wonderful diuretic. So, it is very cleansing. Mint has also been shown to improve the skin, ease chronic asthma and respiratory disorders. Mint it good for the tummy. It is known to have a soothing effect on the belly. It has been proven relieve symptoms of irritable bowel syndrome, including indigestion, dyspepsia, and colonic muscle spasms. Mint has cancer fighting effects from one phytonutrient.
-One of the highest sources of eye-protecting, cancer-fighting lutein. Lutein has been shown to play a crucial role in protecting against age-related macular degeneration. It protects DNA from oxidation, detoxifies pollutants and carcinogens, boosts the immune system, aids healthy cell replication, and reduces chronic inflammation. The body is able to produce glutathione, but often we don’t make enough, and as we age, we produce even less.
-High In chlorophyll and has an abundance of photochemical, antioxidant a and vitamin k. Other vitamin and nutrients include vitamin C, vitamin E, vitamin B12, beta carotene, phosphorus, magnesium, potassium, calcium, iron, folic acid, 90 different minerals and 20 amino acids (a complete protein).
-An excellent source of potassium and magnesium which are beneficial to those people diuretics for high blood pressure, because the side effect of that medication is that it leaches these minerals from the body.
Baby marrow Juice helps strengthens bones and prevents brittleness because the chelated calcium content is so high that it is retained by the body longer than calcium from diary or food supplements.
-Delivers an ample dose of dietary fibre, making it an exceptionally heart-friendly choice. It provides significant amounts of potassium, important for bone health, and vitamin B6, essential for the proper functioning of both the nervous and immune systems.
-Red or Green, cabbage is a cruciferous vegetable along with cauliflower, kale, cress, bok choy, broccoli and a few other green leaf vegetables. Cruciferous vegetables have long been praised for being healthy and important additions to one’s diet. Sources recommend a minimum of 3-4 servings of cruciferous vegetables a week. WebMD names these veggies: “The Super-Veggies” because of all of the nutrient goodness locked inside:
“…they all contain phytochemicals, vitamins and minerals, and fiber that are important to your health (although some have more than others)…One of the big reasons to eat plenty of cruciferous vegetables is that they may help to lower your risk of getting cancer.” (WebMD)
Red Cabbage known as purple cabbage, is darker in color than it’s green counterpart, because it has a higher “concentration of anthocyanin polyphenols, which contribute to red cabbage containing significantly more protective phytonutrients than green cabbage.” Anthocyanin Polyphenols are pigment compounds found in many plants that lend them their characteristic colors and have antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, and potentially protective properties.
-A great source of the mineral silicon, which promotes healthy bones. Parsnips are shown to help fight cancer by “nourishing the immune system, decrease inflammation in the body, and stimulate beneficial enzymes. They improve conditions of constipation and help to normalize high blood pressure. The parsnip root is a good diuretic and assists in removing obstructions of the viscera. It has been used to treat stomach ailments, jaundice and kidney stones. Parsnips contains both sugar and starch which makes it very tasty. They are also being named the working wonders for hair, skin and nails. This root helps prevent heart disease, cancer, hemorrhoids, stroke, diverticulitis, depression, age related vision and hearing loss, stroke and high blood pressure.