Closely related to carrots (pretty obvious), and parsley (wow, who would have thought?!), parsnips are highly nutritious and suitable in a wide variety of culinary applications. Historically, parsnips have also been used in herbal medicine and also as an aphrodisiac!! <3 <3
- 59 calories / 100g
- 83% water
Great source of:
- Vitamins B6, B-Complex&E
- Niacin (B3)
- Thiamin (B1)
- Dietary fibre
- Improve circulation, reduce blood pressure& prevent hypertension.
- Support digestive health, prevent constipation and improve detoxification processes.
- Protect the eyes against sun damage and macular degeneration.
- Support a healthy pregnancy and prevent growth and development issues.
- Improve bone health and prevent osteoporosis.
- Support oral health, build strong gums and prevent gingivitis.
- Regulate blood sugar and prevent diabetes.
- Boost brain health and prevent mood/emotional disorders.
- Support immunity and prevent illnesses and allergies.
- Increase satiety and support weight management efforts.
- Enhance skin elasticity and prevent the signs of aging.
- Prevent respiratory infections and provide relief from sinusitis, asthma and bronchitis.