Take a good note of which are the most potent vegetables, and add some of them to your daily diet. You will notice the difference!
Aloe Vera has long been known for one specific function: to cool, soothe and heal sunburn and other skin irritations. It has been commonly used in past generations and is even mentioned in particular passages in the Bible.
Wakame whose Latin name is Undaria pinnatifida is seaweed that is popular among Korean and Japanese cultures and is often used in salads and soups. When cooked, it offers a sweet taste and is derived from areas such as Korea and Japan.
Swiss chard is a much preferred staple leafy vegetable among the Mediterranean communities. In recent years however, it has also grown quite popular among other cultures for its flavorful root and leaves as well as its nutritional value.
A member of the Panax plant family, ginseng is found within the Northern Hemisphere and is very popular with Asian and Chinese cultures.
Kale is moving from obscurity to a starring role as the “queen of greens.” It is being juiced, added to smoothies, steamed, and featured as the main salad attraction. Kale is even popping up as the main gourmet ingredient in Kale chips.
The intense green color of spinach indicates that they contain provitamin A and, above all, a good amount of folic acid (from the group of vitamin B) relevant in the formation of genetic material. Spinach is undoubtedly a superfood loaded with tons of nutrients in a low calorie food product. That intense green so characteristic is important for the skin and hair and provides protein, iron, vitamins and minerals.
Have you ever removed an olive from your pizza, sandwich, or salad? Or maybe you’ve scooped it out of your cocktail drink? The next time you have the urge to take olives out of your food, think again.
Wheatgrass is one of the most powerful and healthiest foods on earth. It is an extraordinarily food that is loaded with benefits for your body, ranging from assisting in the body healing to reversing certain diseases.
There are numerous species of mushrooms in the world, some edible and some poisonous. Edible mushrooms are known for their delicious taste and apart from that, they are so nutritious. Shiitake mushrooms are a great example of edible mushrooms.