Parsley for your health

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 Parsley can help relieve urinary tract infections and is good for your health. It is a green that is used in many meals as a garnish but is actually good for you. Parsley is a natural breath freshener it should be use to cleanse the palate. If you eat foods that can cause bad breath it is great to eat after wards to freshens your breath.

 Parsley contains two compounds myristicin and apiol that can help the flow of urine which helps remove infection causing bacteria from the urinary tract. It can also help prevent premenstrual bloating because it increase urine flow. You should add it to your healthy diet as it is as good as many healthy foods or greens. It contains vitamin C just like oranges and grapefruit. Parsley also contains folate which is a B vitamin which produces red blood cells.

 You can get parsley dried or fresh. Both are good but fresh is better. You can buy fresh parsley and use it in salads instead of just a garnish. Italian flat leaf has a stronger flavor then curly. Dried parsley is easy to store in a bottle and both should be stored in a cool place preferably in a air tight container.

 You need to use it as soon as you can as it will wilt if not being used. It is somewhat perishable and doesn't last that long once you decide to use it in a meal. It will wilt within hours when stored at room temperature. You need to keep it in the fridge when not in use. You need to wash it as soon as you get it home and throw away any bad leaves or stems. You should then wrap it in a damp paper towel and store it in the crisper drawer of the refrigerator.

 You can also keep it fresh by standing it in a glass filled half way up with water. You should wrap the leaves to keep them from wilting. You can put it in a food processor and process until it is minced and then put it in different types of drinks.


 


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