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Health Benefits

Chickpeas

Contain lysine, one of the essential amino acids, which has antiviral properties.

Onion

Much of the immune-boosting properties of onions come from their sulfur-containing compounds, which also give them their distinctive smell. One particular compound called allicin has been shown to be effective against bacterial, viral, fungal and parasitic infections.

Shiitake Mushrooms

Shiitakes have natural antiviral and immunity-boosting properties and are used nutritionally to fight viruses, lower cholesterol and regulate blood pressure. Lentinan, an immunostimulant derived from shiitakes, has been used to treat cancer, AIDS, diabetes, chronic fatigue syndrome, fibrocystic breast disease, and other conditions with impressive results. Researchers S. Suzuki and Oshima found that a raw shiitake eaten daily for one week lowered serum cholesterol by 12%.

Parsley

Parsley neutralizes toxins in your liver, inhibits abnormal cell growth (preventing tumors and cancers), and boosts the immune system. Parsley has an impressive array of nutrients including vitamins C and A, chlorophyll, calcium, sodium, magnesium, and iron.

Curry Powder

Curcumin's antioxidant actions enable it to protect the colon cells from free radicals that can damage cellular DNA, a significant benefit particularly in the colon where cell turnover is quite rapid, occuring approximately every three days. Because of their frequent replication, mutations in the DNA of colon cells can result in the formation of cancerous cells much more quickly.

Turmeric

The Queen of spices, turmeric is a powerful antioxidant with many health benefits. Turmeric may help treat a variety of conditions related to inflammation and antioxidant damage and is used to treatment digestive disorders, promote wound healing, and strengthen the immune system.

Cayenne Pepper

Cayenne pepper belongs to the Capsicum family of tropical American nightshades that produce pungent, edible fruits and includes sweet bell peppers and chili peppers. Herbalists and alternative health practitioners revere cayenne pepper for its broad range of purported health benefits, many of which are involved in the immune response, including inducing sweating, increasing circulation, promoting digestion and boosting cardiovascular health. Cayenne pepper is considered a powerful immune system enhancer for numerous reasons, including its anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties and its content of immune system supporting nutrients like beta-carotene and Vitamin C.

Calendula Flowers

The anti-inflammatory activity displayed by the herb has recently been shown to be heavily influenced by the faradiol monoester present in the purified triterpenoid fraction of calendula flowers. The freeze-dried extract of calendula flowers were recently studied and the study indicated that the water soluble pigments called flavonids tended to increase the rate of neo-vascularization in the body and caused deposition of hyaluronan – this compound is a major component of the extra cellular matrix, it is often associated with the formation, the alignment, and the migration of capillaries inside the human body. The long traditional use of the herb in healing wounds is supported to some degree by the results of this research and thus some scientific evidence can confirm the herbal medication's traditional reputation.


**Supports the detoxification process. source: http://www.whfoods.com/foodstoc.php

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