• 100g
  • Excellent source of vitamins A and C.
  • How to Use
  • Use alone as a dry snack or add to veggie trail mixes.
  • Add dry for a crunchy effect in salads and, while serving, cooked rice and cooked pasta.
  • Add dry during the last 5-10 minutes of cooking soups that have sufficient broth.
  • For most other applications, hydrate by soaking for 5-10 minutes in a generous amount of cold or hot water (hot water works slightly better). Then drain.

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Asparagus is a spare like edible vegetables that are young shoots of the lily plant. The medicinal effect of an asparagus plant extends from its root to shoot as it is a good source of fiber, folate, vitamins A, C, E and K, as well as chromium, a trace mineral that enhances the ability of insulin to transport glucose from the bloodstream into cells.

It is a rich source of “glutathione” a detoxifying compound that breaks down “carcinogens” and free radicals thereby giving it the ability to fight cancer. It also delivers foliate which works with Vitamin B12 to help prevent cognitive impairment thereby Boost the Brains functionality.

Some of the Benefits of Asparagus includes:

·         Ability to fight Cancer

·         Boost Brain functions

·         Improves Digestion

·         Maintenance of blood cholesterol level

·         Cures Bloat

·         Helps improve the mood

·         Treats Rheumatism amongst others.

Nutrition Facts

Serv.Size 1 oz (30g)
About 2 cups

Servings Varies

Calories 87
Fat Cal. 7

*Percent Values (DV) are based on a 2,000 Calorie diet.

Total Fat 1g1%Total Carb. 17g6%
Sat. Fat 0g0%Fiber 8g32%
Trans. Fat 0gSugars 8g
Cholest. 0mg0%Protein 9g
Sodium 8mg0.3%
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