Dandelion Nutrition Facts And Health Benefits

1. Helps with inflammation

Compounds in dandelion have been found to reduce levels of inflammation. Dandelion polysaccharides have anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties.

Dandelions generally reduce the production of inflammatory cytokines, a compound that is involved in inflammation in the body.

According to a study, eating dandelions in mice with inflammation in the lungs shows an improvement in their condition.

2. Reduce the risk of cancer

Research on dandelion roots has been found to have anticancer effects. The roots have been found to induce apoptosis and improve the efficacy of chemotherapy. This study is the result of a study of prostate cancer cells.

Dandelion root extract is non-toxic and can be an effective cancer-fighting alternative. The colon cancer model could cause cell death of cancer cells. The molecular complexity of root extracts may be one of the reasons for this anticancer activity.

Dandelion root extracts have also been found to prevent liver cancer. Also, similar effects were seen in pancreatic cancer.

But since more precise research is still being done, cancer-related people will definitely need a medical consultation before eating a dandelion.

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-- Sonali AVerma - 2021-12-02


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