Have you noticed that nice green garnish on the side of your dish in restaurants? Well, now is the time to start consuming it.
Lung cancer is one of the most common causes of death throughout the world. According to American Lung Cancer Association, “lung cancer results in more deaths than the combination of the three most common cancers combined – breast, colon and pancreatic.”
Nearly 75-80% of the lung cancer cases are from a cancer known as non-small cell lung cancer (NSCL).
You are probably wondering how is parsley connected to cancer treatments? Believe it or not, it is more than a garnish for your meals.
This herb offers a wide array of additional health benefits as well, such as boosting immunity due to its vitamin C content, aiding in bone health due to its vitamin K content, protecting the body against free-radical damage, promoting healthy kidney function, relieving joint pain due to its potent anti-inflammatory properties, promoting healthy digestion, giving an iron boost and helping those suffering from anemia, inhibiting tumor growth, and many more.
Parsley is quite versatile and it can be easily incorporated in your daily diet. You can add it to soups, green smoothies, green juices, vegetable dishes, and salads. You can also toss it into pasta salad, mix it up with pesto, spice up your rice, make chimichurri, and more.
To get the most of parsley`s cancer-fighting properties, we reccommed you prepare parsley tea. In this way you will reap its benefits in a highly concentrated form.
Parsley Tea Recipe
- ½ oz root of parsley
- ¾ – 1 cup boiling water
- Chop the parsley into small pieces
- Pour the boiling water over the diced parsley
- Boil for a few minutes
- Allow it to cool for 15 minutes
- Strain the liquid