Parsley

Parsley is widely acknowledged as a versatile herb, known for its culinary as well as medicinal properties. There are several varieties of parsley that you can choose from, as it is grown in Europe, Africa and the Mediterranean.

 Parsley. Grown in the fertile soil and equatorial climes of east Africa, parsley is packed with antioxidants and a rainbow of vitamins to keep you brimming with good health. It is amenable to almost all culinary practices and cuisines, making it the perfect addition to any well-stocked kitchen. It not only adds the right amount of zest to a dish, but also the ideal shot of nutrients to your body. This delicate herb packs a powerful dose of well-being.

 Parsley (Petroselinum neapolitanum) may look unassuming but add it to soups and stew, stocks and salads, and you add a fresh flavor and color that makes the dish.
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Five health benefits of parsley and a detoxifying shake

  • Reduce your cancer risk. Eating parsley can reduce the risk of cancers such as breast, digestive tract, skin and prostate. …
  • Improve your immune function. Parsley may help to modulate the immune system. …
  • Beat inflammation.
  • Fight disease. 
  • Protect your blood vessels.