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Benefits of asparagus with olive oil!

Benefits of asparagus with olive oil!

Have you ever tasted asparagus with olive oil?

If YES, then you are among the lucky ones. If NO, well this is the occasion!

1) Asparagus is stuffed with essential nutrients: it is a source of vitamins A, C, E and K and chromium, a trace mineral that increases insulin's ability to bring glucose to your cells, their fuel.

2) Asparagus boosts your natural antioxidant capacities: by providing cysteine ​​derivatives, it increases your natural production of glutathione, a powerful detoxifying and antioxidant compound that helps destroy carcinogenic molecules such as free radicals or toxic drugs such as paracetamol. This is also the case for olive oil whose virtues have been known for millennia. That's why asparagus with olive oil is a delicious dish that could reduce the risk of certain cancers such as cancer of the bones, breast, colon, larynx and lungs. It is also a dish to prepare often as an accompaniment to cancer treatment, especially to protect your liver.

Asparagus is the vegetable with the greatest antioxidant activity among 43 vegetables, taken with olive oil which is rich in very powerful antioxidants including Hydroxytyrosol, the king of antioxidants, the only one able to cross the blood-brain barrier. encephalic and arrive directly at the brain. Olive oil and asparagus have exceptional virtues including cellular anti-aging. "WHAT WANTS TO SAY ALL!"

Asparagus is rich in potassium, which is good for people with hypertension, iron and rutin (450 mg/kg fresh weight of white asparagus), just like olive oil it has anti-inflammatory and anti-cancer properties.

Half of its calories are protein, which helps to calm appetite and increase lean muscle mass if you're athletic.

Asparagus could also help your brain fight age-related mental decline. Like green leafy vegetables, it contains many folates, which work with vitamin B12 (found especially in fish) to prevent memory and concentration loss. In a study conducted by the University of Tufts in the United States, elderly people with high folate and vitamin B12 levels were more successful in testing speed and mental flexibility.

Finally, asparagus contains significant levels of asparagine, an amino acid diuretic effect, that is to say, that makes you want to urinate. It helps the body get rid of excess salt, which is very beneficial to people with edema (fluid accumulation in the tissues, legs and swollen feet for example) and people with hypertension.

Organic or not organic?

It should be noted that asparagus is one of those vegetables that are not heavily contaminated by pesticides, including those grown in conventional agriculture. Better always buy organic, of course, but from the point of view of your immediate consumption, the difference is not noticeable and your wallet will appreciate.

Steam cooking

Obviously, these powerful nutrients will be mostly destroyed if you boil your asparagus for 20 minutes, which is the cooking method often recommended in cookbooks.

Cook your asparagus steamed at a gentle temperature, drizzle with olive oil or grill (not too long) will preserve their virtues. Your dish is ready!


A word of vigilance, however. Like all plants, asparagus should be eaten in moderation. They are also discouraged in cases of kidney problems or repeated cystitis because they can have an irritating action on the kidneys and the bladder. Interestingly, the olive oil must be your ally health for every day! We tell you no more you know everything now!

OLIVIE tips:

Remember that OLIVIE PLUS 30X is available in health shops and pharmacies. This medicinal olive oil has so many virtues. 30 times more antioxidants naturally, one tablespoon up to two tablespoons are recommended.

Order online at www.oliviehealth.us


So, an idea for dinner tonight?!;)