Parsley

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Parsley freshens breath, soothes upset stomachs, and so much more…  

Parsley contains a compound of oils called myristicin, which can slow down the growth of tumors in the lungs. It also helps neutralize the effects of carcinogens like smoke.   

Parsley is high in anti-oxidants, vitamin C, beta-carotene, and folic acid. It is one of the richest sources of vitamin K.

If you have kidney or gallbladder problems, avoid parsley.

Do not take calcium supplements for 2 or 3 hours after eating parsley, as parsley can interfere with calcium absorption.

Parsley sprinkled on potatoes is pretty. Since it really does not have much taste, you can sprinkle it on all kinds of things and no one will know that it's healthy.

 

 

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