Red radish has a fresh and spicy taste

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Red radish has a fresh and spicy taste
Red radish is the first spring vegetable with a fresh and spicy taste. Biologists and scientists call this vegetable a “bullet against cancer”. They advise that radish be always a part of meals and salads. Recent research says that red radish is highly effective against cancer. This vegetable contains sulfofran which protects against breast cancer, colon cancer, ovarian cancer and prostate cancer. This vegetable contains a powerful antioxidant anthocyanin that has antitumor properties. Anthocyanin has a beneficial effect on the normal functioning of the heart. Regular consumption of this vegetable contributes to the prevention of atherosclerosis of blood vessels, normalization of blood pressure and reduction of bad cholesterol levels.
Radish is a powerful natural diuretic. That is why doctors recommend it to all people who have kidney problems. It eliminates toxins, prevents the formation of kidney stones and alleviates inflammatory processes in the urinary system and kidneys. Radish is a powerful antibiotic that effectively fights infections and respiratory diseases by stimulating the secretion of mucus from the respiratory organs. Radish normalizes bile secretion. This vegetable is one of the best natural remedies against jaundice. This vegetable contains substances that reduce the amount of bilirubin (bile pigment in the liver). Radish strengthens immunity and prevents spring avitaminosis. It contains almost all B vitamins, vitamins C, A, PP, minerals and other microelements. This vegetable creates collagen, rejuvenates hair and skin and regenerates tissue.

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