PQ (Protein Quality) x PDCAAS (Protein Digestibility Corrected Amino Acid Score) - 55
Potential Health Benefits
- powerful anti-cancer properties
- increased cardiovascular disease protection
- increased rheumatoid arthritis protection
- immune system health boost
- bone & joint health boost
- skin & eye health boost
- promote detox
- energy boost
Potential Athletic Benefits
- Increase healing rate of injuries.
- Increase rate of recovery.
- Help promote detoxification of heavy metals and toxins for an increase in overall body function.
- Help protect immune system against post-exercise vulnerabilities, specifically URTI (Upper Respiratory Tract Infection).
- Help protect against excessive oxidative stress from exposure to free radicals (especially next to roads and highways).
Glycemic Index Rank
<15 out of 100
|Low Glycemic||less than 55|
Food Sensitivity Rank
<1 to 1 ratio
|Low for Fructose Sensitivity||less than 1 (fructose to glucose ratio)|
Parsley is an excellent health promoting food that most anyone should add to their diet. It is high in vitamin K, vitamin C, vitamin A, dietary fiber, and phytochemicals. Parsley may hold powerful anti-cancer, anti-inflammatory, detox, and skeletal system health boosting properties. It can also be eaten regularly, however, caution is advised for moderation due to its high levels of vitamin K and oxalates; this may cause adverse affects.
- Luteolin and Degenerative Retinal Protection
- Bioavailability of Apigenin from Apiin-Rich Parsley in Humans
- Dietary Intake of Vitamin K is Inversely Associated with Mortality Risk
- Apigenin Inhibits Growth of Breast Cancer Cells: The Role of ERα and HER2/neu
- Vitamin C and the Risk of Developing Inflammatory Polyarthritis: Prospective Nested Case-Control Study
Sources include: USDA
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