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Sunday, September 25, 2016
Radish Nutrition, Health Benefits & Recipes - Anti JAUDICE, offers Satiety; Dr. Axe
Radishes are members of the Brassicaceae family, which also includes mustard and cabbage. The root of the radish is related to kale, broccoli, cauliflower and horseradish, to name a few. (2)
One cup of raw, sliced radishes (116 grams) contains about: (3)
4 grams carbohydrates
0.8 gram protein
0.1 gram fat
1.9 grams fiber
17.2 milligrams vitamin C (29 percent DV)
270 milligrams potassium (8 percent DV)
29 micrograms folate (7 percent DV)
0.1 milligram vitamin B6 (4 percent DV)
0.1 milligram manganese (4 percent DV)
Health Benefits of Radishes
1. Jaundice and Detoxification Treatment
The radish is may be a perfect natural remedy for jaundice. While jaundice is usually thought of as only occurring in infants, it can actually occur in adults. If you notice a yellowish discoloration of the skin, mucous membranes and white of the eyes, you may want an evaluation by your doctor. This could be the result higher than normal levels of bilirubin in the blood, and though it’s not a disease, it could be an indication of something more serious.
The radish fits in due to its detoxification properties helping to cleanse the blood of toxins and waste. The radish seems capable of removing bilirubin, which stabilizes production. Using the black radish and the radish leaves has been known to do the best job at detoxification — however, I don’t recommend the radish for infants without the approval from a doctor. (4, 5)
2. Osteoarthritis Relief
Vitamin C is essential to making collagen, which is part of what makes up the much-needed cartilage in our bodies. When we think of vitamin C, we often have a vision of oranges and orange juice, but did you know that radishes are actually some of the topvitamin C foods? Radishes provide 17.2 milligrams per serving, which is about 29 percent of your daily requirement.
Vitamin C is an antioxidant that can help limit damage to cartilage that may be caused by free radicals found in the body. Ultimately, this can help anyone who has been diagnosed with arthritis as well as prevent it in the first place. (6)
3. Weight Management
Radishes are typically small but pack a good bit of fiber, offering a fulfilling addition to your plate. As a high-fiber food, radishes can help regulate bowel movements, eliminate constipation, which is a cause of hemorrhoids, and may help lower cholesterol by binding to low-density lipoproteins.(7)
Because fiber does not digest easily, eating fiber-rich foods can help you feel full, helping you achieve satiety and avoid overeating. Most adults don’t get enough fiber in their diets. On top if that, the radish is very low in calories and contains a lot of water, which makes them a great option for most any meal and useful for anyone trying to lose weight.