The parsley may be the only green food that you can eat, but that doesn’t mean it’s a good choice.
A recent study by scientists at the University of Alabama at Birmingham suggests that the herb has anti-inflammatory properties and that its nutritional benefits extend to boosting the immune system.
Parsley is one of the top health benefits of turmeric, the green, spice-rich food that is commonly used in Indian food.
Scientists tested turmeric for its ability to boost immunity against certain types of infections.
A study published in the journal Immunity showed that turmeric is an excellent supplement to vitamin D, an essential vitamin that is produced naturally by the body.
A supplement that contains turmeric could potentially increase vitamin D levels in a population.
A 2015 study published by the journal PLoS ONE found that turpes, parsley, garlic and red pepper have all been shown to have powerful anti-oxidant effects.
All three foods have been found to contain anti-cancer properties, according to a review by the Journal of the American Medical Association.
Scientists from the University at Buffalo studied the effects of turpes on the immune cells of mice.
They found that the vegetables can boost the production of natural killer cells, which are key components of the immune response.
Turmeric has been shown in previous studies to reduce inflammation, boost immune cells and help with weight loss.