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Parsley Fights Cancer and Boosts Energy Levels

Updated on July 21, 2017

Parsley reduces the effects of cancer-causing compounds and improves energy levels. Quick serve tips can help include Parsley in your daily diet.

Parsley is native to the Mediterranean region. The vegetable has been cultivated for more than 2500 years and is regarded as an important medicinal herb.

The two most popular varieties of parsley are curly parsley and Italian flat leaf parsley.

Parsley Has Powerful Anti-Cancer Properties

Parsley Fights Cancer

Clinical assessment and laboratory investigations have proven that parsley stalls and fights the adverse action of carcinogens (or cancer causing agents), following the consumption of fried foods. It inhibits the increase in the appearance of mutagens excreted in the urine after eating fried foods.

This wonderful benefit of parsley is attributed to its high chlorophyll content. Also, the vegetable supplies generous amounts of vitamin C, carotenes and flavanoids, and they help mitigate the effects of the cancer-causing properties of fried foods.

Also, the herb possesses volatile elements such as limonene and myristicin that exert strong anti-cancer effects.

Kick-Start Your Day with A Parsley Smoothie

Parsley Boosts Energy Levels Significantly

Empirical evidence states that parsley provides a burst of energy. It is a wonderful nerve stimulant and has a therapeutic influence on the nervous system.

What's more, parsley juice is regarded as a powerful energy drink. It perks up energy levels significantly, battles weariness, and boosts endurance and stamina. This is because it is packed with large quantities of chlorophyll, calcium, zinc and potassium.

Add the Herb to Salads, Soups And Pasta

Quick Serve Ideas for Including Parsley in the Daily Diet

Parsley can be grown at home or bought fresh from the market. It is always better to opt for the fresh herb rather than the dried variety.

When buying, ensure that the parsley is green, fresh, vibrant and free from yellow leaves. Keep it well refrigerated.

While cooking parsley, always add it towards the end of the cooking process, so that the taste, flavor, color and nutritional value are retained.

Here are a few recipes that are quick and easy to make, and shall provide a daily dose of the herb:

  1. The most ideal and most wholesome way of consuming parsley is by taking it in the form of fresh juice, either by itself, or combined with other vegetables.
  2. Chopped parsley can be added to green salads, pasta, soups, sauces, gravies, curries and grilled dishes.
  3. Parsley makes a wonderful addition to the pesto sauce.
  4. Combine together chopped parsley, chopped fennel, orange segments, lime juice, cherry tomatoes and pumpkin seeds to make a side salad.
  5. Blend together parsley, garlic and lemon, and use it as a rub for the meat.

Parsley is a wonder herb that adds a distinct flavor to the dishes and proffers loads of health benefits. Adding it to the diet promises to keep cancer at bay.


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