Why You Should Add Parsley To Your Next Meal

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Written by: Brandi Monasco

As a common herb that is used in many foods and recipes that gives them a vibrant taste, parsley is definitely no stranger to us. However, have you ever really stopped to think about the amazing benefits that this herb can give you? While it seems to be only an added helping for our palate, parsley holds many secret benefits that you may never knew of.

Surprised? Not as much as you will be when you hear what this herb has to offer.

This Mediterranean herb is high in vitamin C, vitamin K, B12 and vitamin A. This results in a complete mix of benefits, ranging from a beautiful, glowing skin, to greater production of blood – which helps the circulatory system function – to great benefits for your eyes. This also explains why parsley is good for the immune system, strengthening it to ward off harmful diseases.

The vitamin content makes parsley beneficial for bone growth and improved brain function as well, two attributes that are of major importance for developing children especially, making it important in children’s diets.

Kidney function is also helped by this green leafy herb, which aids in removing all the excess water from the body, thereby reducing the burden on those bean-shaped organs of yours. However, along with this, there is also the oxalate content of parsley, which contradicts this herb for those who already have kidney diseases. Due to its water removal function, parsley also reduces blood pressure, putting you back in control of those high numbers.

Parsley also aids in preventing hair loss. Eating parsley, or even applying its essential oil on your scalp may be the solution to thinning hair.

Besides this, joint pain and stiff muscles also stand no chance against the pain relieving power of the herb, providing you relief from the many aches and pains of the everyday life. Instead of choosing over the counter medications or prescription medications, opt for a more natural way, by using parsley!

Parsley is clearly loaded with nutrients and it makes for a great garnish for plate presentation. No extra preparations, no complicated recipes. If you want, you can even include it in juices and salads and other dishes.

Keeping these benefits in mind, making parsley a permanent part of your meal is clearly a must. Not only will this benefit your appearance, but it will also promote a healthier inside in the long run and ultimately, it is the internal system that is necessary for optimal functioning of your body.

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Brandi Monasco

Brandi Monasco

Health Advocate at Gettin' Healthy
Brandi Monasco is a freelance writer, graphic designer and social media manager from Texas. She graduated with a Bachelor’s Degree in Communication Arts and has recently found a new love for health and nutrition.
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