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Endive Vegetable

Endive, commonly known as escarole, is a green leafy-vegetable with a hint of bitter flavour. It is just a green veggie that appears very much like lettuce, aside from the fact that it really is wavy.


It contains good amounts of many essential B-complex groups of vitamins such as folic acid, pantothenic acid (vitamin B5), pyridoxine (vitamin B6) and thiamine (vitamin B1), niacin (B3).


These vitamins are essential in the sense that body requires them from external sources to replenish and required for fat, protein, and carbohydrate metabolism.


Endive is utilized to create endive juice that has shown helpful effects for treating skin problems.


In reality, mixing endive juice along with other natural juices assists the skin through removing acne.


Additionally, it provides substantial safety against additional pimples following normal endive juice consumption.


Vitamin E is considered to assist prostate cancer.  Vitamin A might help avoid lung as well as oral cavity cancer. 


The wealth of fiber in endives is quite useful in keeping the colon neat and avoiding colon cancer. 


Calcium can also be believed to perform a crucial role in preventing breasts as well as ovarian cancers.


The low calorie content of the endive veggie, allow it to be an important food for those who would like to lose a few pounds. Consuming it uncooked or even juicing it will help to handle bodyweight.


Endive with celery and parsley juice do wonders for people who are anaemic as this combination acts as a powerful blood tonic.


The necessary nutrients and fiber in this green salad vegetable helps relieve constipation.


Mix with other apple or carrot juice. It smoothens and moisturizes skin as it is a rich source of vitamin E.


You can also make a vegetable juice with endive leaves mixed with other fresh vegetable and have this daily to clear your skin.

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