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"Spices are so powerful because they're super - rich sources of plant compounds that fight oxidation and inflammation, the two processes underlying most clinical disease."
Italian parsley the taste is a little
stronger; the benefits are immensely stronger.
"This member of the carrot family is an undeniable superfood. Parsley (Petroselinum sativum)1 is a low-sodium, low-calorie, and fat-free food that contains two different kinds of potent compounds: volatile oil components and novel flavonoids. The activity of these volatile oils neutralizes particular types of carcinogens and qualifies parsley as a “chemoprotective” food—one that protects healthy tissues from the toxic effects of anticancer drugs.1 As you’ll learn in this article, parsley is much more than a garnish: It’s a compellingly nutritious, healing food that should become a part of your regular diet." Parsley Superfood
“If you set up a good herb
and spice cabinet and season your food liberally, you could double or even
triple the medicinal value of your meal without increasing the caloric
“Because herbs and spices have a very low calorie content and are relatively inexpensive they’re a great way to get a lot of antioxidant and anti-inflammatory power into your diet.” Doctor James Hargrove
"Although parsley is best known as a garnish you will
get more of its healing benefits by using it as a main ingredient."
"Although parsley is best known as a garnish you will get more of its healing benefits by using it as a main ingredient." Prevention
"Raw parsley is probably the best source of
glutathione." Sally Fallon, Note glutathione is THE master
"Raw parsley is probably the best source of glutathione." Sally Fallon, Note glutathione is THE master antioxidant
"Novel substances known as volatile oils provide parsley with impressive health benefits. Volatile oils are compounds that deliver strong bioactive effects in extremely small doses. Parsley boasts highly active volatile components such as myristicin, apiol, eugenol [in cloves] , and more. These volatile oil components, especially myristicin, appear to inhibit the formation of cancerous tumors, particularly lung tumors. Myristicin helps prevent oxidative damage by activating an enzyme called glutathione-S-transferase (GST). GST enables the detoxification of oxidized molecules via the body’s natural production of the molecule glutathione. Studies reveal myristicin also provides beneficial anti-inflammatory and antibacterial properties.1,2 Eugenol, another volatile oil component of parsley, is an effective antibacterial and antimicrobial agent. It may help control undesirable bacteria in the digestive system, including Candida overgrowth, and can be used as an anesthetic and antiseptic for tooth and gum diseases. Most exciting, eugenol has been shown to help reduce blood sugar levels and offers promise as a possible future treatment for diabetes.2-4 " Parsley Superfood
“Photosynthesis occurs primarily in plant leaves, so chlorophyll is most abundant in dark green, leafy vegetables. The top source on Linus Pauling’s list is spinach, with 23.7 milligrams of chlorophyll in 1 cup of raw spinach. Spinach is also a good source of the orange pigment beta carotene, but its leaves contain so much chlorophyll that the green pigment hides the orange. Two other good sources are fresh parsley and garden cress. One-half cup of parsley has 19 milligrams of chlorophyll, while 1 cup of garden cress provides 15.6 milligrams. Choose leafy vegetables with the darkest shade of green to obtain the maximum amount of chlorophyll.” What Kind of Food Contains a High Amount of Chlorophyll?
"Apigenin is a polyphenol found in vegetables such as parsley and celery. It is receiving increased attention as a low-cost nutrient to protect against common cancers. What makes apigenin so fascinating is how it functions to starve cancer cells, promote cancer cell destruction, and protect cellular DNA against environmental toxins (that can result in future malignancies). Compounds such as indole-3-carbinol (I3C) are found in cruciferous vegetables. These cruciferous compounds have been shown to work in complementary ways with apigenin (non-cruciferous) to combat cancer and other age-related diseases. ... For example, apigenin fights excitotoxicity, the neuronal damage that occurs over a lifetime of intense brain cell stimulation.3,6 This is critical since excitotoxicity promotes brain cell death and dysfunction in both Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s diseases." Vegetable Ingredients Protect Against Cancer
"Apigenin, I3C, DIM, and BITC are compounds found in vegetables that offer wide-ranging protection against the factors that damage our DNA. These compounds work in a complementary way to protect our bodies against cancer, cardiovascular and metabolic diseases, neurodegeneration, and even liver disease. Together, these botanical compounds represent the virtues of consuming more healthy vegetables in ones’ everyday diet."Vegetable Ingredients Protect Against Cancer
Parsley far from being a garnish can be an important green (See Green Leafy Vegetables Protocol) food in your life. Parsley the world’s most popular herb is rich in glutathione, vitamin C (See Vitamin C Protocol) and other anti-oxidants (See Antioxidant Protocol) and is off the chart in vitamin K (See Vitamin K Protocol).
contains diuretic qualities. Parsley is the easiest
natural diuretic to add to ANY
meal. I keep a lot of parsley and add it often.
contains diuretic qualities. Parsley is the easiest natural diuretic to add to ANY meal. I keep a lot of parsley and add it often.
I often base my salad (See Salad Protocol) meals on a bunch of Italian parsley. I replaced my iceberg lettuce with parsley. The taste is a little stronger; the benefits are immensely stronger.
Parsley Nutritional Data Note the balance and vitamin K.
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