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Health & longevity through the healing power of nature-that's what it means to Trust the Leaf®.

Parsley (Petroselinum crispum is a chlorophyll-rich member of the carrot family. Most fine restaurants offer parsley as a garnish and breath freshener, a custom borrowed from the ancient Romans.Did you know? Because of its ability to withstand cold, this dark green herb appears early in the spring. For this reason, some cultures view Parsley as a symbol of new beginnings and rebirth.

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Supplement Facts

Take 2 capsules three times daily with food or water.

Serving Size 2 Capsules
Servings Per Container 50
Amount Per Serving % DV
Sodium 10.00 mg 0%
Parsley (leaf) 900.00 mg **
** Daily Value (DV) not established

Other Ingredients: Gelatin (capsule)

Warning: Not for use during pregnancy or if you have inflammatory kidney disease.

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Health Notes

Diabetes Food Spotlight: Parsley

Diabetes Food Spotlight: Parsley
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A half cup serving of parsley provides five and a half times the recommended daily intake for vitamin K
When it comes to fresh herbs, basil gets all the glory. Basil is terrific (and there's nothing like a great pesto), but what about parsley? Most people think of parsley as the sad, wilted little garnish on the side of the plate, but in doing so, they overlook the incredible health benefits of this tiny, leafy green wonder.

The A, B, Cs (and Ks) of parsley

A half cup of chopped parsley-try sprinkling some into soups or salads-provides around 15% of your daily vitamin A needs in the form of beta-carotene and other carotenes the body converts into vitamin A. This half cup also supplies 10% of your daily folate needs, a B vitamin that is particularly important for heart health. And when it comes to vitamin C, you can't do much better than parsley; that half cup provides more than half of the recommended daily amount for this nutrient. Yet, while parsley will help you meet your vitamin A, B, and C needs, the place this herb really shines is in providing vitamin K. A half cup serving provides an impressive five and a half times the recommended daily intake for vitamin K.

Vitamin K is often an overlooked nutrient, though it shouldn't be, especially for anyone concerned about diabetes. A study of over 800 men and women (625 still alive at the follow-up period) found that those with the highest intake of vitamin K had around a 40% lower risk of developing metabolic syndrome compared with people eating the least vitamin K. Metabolic syndrome and diabetes go hand-in-hand, so anything that can help manage the risk of metabolic syndrome may provide health benefits to individuals with diabetes.

Packing in more parsley

Parsley adds a fresh twist to many of your favorite summer dishes. When cooking corn on the cob, try sprinkling ample amounts of parsley over the corn before wrapping in foil for grilling. Parsley has a bright, fresh flavor that plays off the sweetness of corn. Chopped parsley, garlic, and onions make a terrific garnish for grilled fish, chicken or meats, and you may be surprised to find parsley plays well with fruit. Try it sprinkled on chopped watermelon or mango for a new taste sensation.

(J Clin Endocrinol Metab 2015:jc20144449.)

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