Parsley is the richest source of iron from any leafy green that you’d get from the supermarket. One cup of parsley will also provide up to 10% RDA of copper, 7% RDA of magnesium, 7% RDA of potassium, 6% RDA of zinc, and 5% RDA of phosphorus.
Culinary herbs and spices are not just for flavoring our food but they also providing a veritable feast of health-giving phytonutrients, making them superfoods in their own right.
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You can’t beat the taste of good creamy mushroom soup in the winter to make you feel at home or fresh mushrooms in a salad in the summer. Edible mushrooms have uses beyond jazzing up your favorite recipe, they are known to have magical properties and have an ancient history of use as medicine.
Forskolin is a chemical found in the roots of the plant Plectranthus barbatus (Coleus forskohlii). This plant has been used since ancient times to treat heart disorders such as high blood pressure and chest pain (angina), as well as respiratory disorders such as asthma.
Turmeric is renown for being bright and yellow. The slightest amount spilled on your shirt or tablecloth is almost impossible to remove. It stains bright yellow and colors your foods the same. This yellow pigment in turmeric is like gold for our preserving brains.