Radishes protect us against bacteria and fungi

Radishes on bread and butter are a quick and healthy snacks for children and adults .. but also provide a cure against invisible invaders who seek to harm our bowels ..

It is not entirely clear where radishes were originally, but it is certain that today perhaps grown throughout the temperate zone. They are relatively easy to condition and due to their rapid growth can be sown and harvested several times per season. In our radishes are very popular. Even if we can not grow them yourself, now is not hard to buy them at a very competitive price throughout the year. If you indulge in at least 1-2x a week, your health will benefit from it.

Radishes for a strong immune system and good condition

In ředkvičkách find a rich source of vitamin C, the protector of our immunity and an important antioxidant that protects body cells against free radicals. Another extremely beneficial ingredient in this vegetable is folic acid. This is necessary for the healthy development of the fetus in the womb, for children during growth and for adults, where it plays a pivotal role both nerves and overall physical and mental condition. Radishes are rich in selenium, another antioxidant that our body rids itself of heavy metals, supports the production of thyroid hormones and is essential for male fertility. Furthermore, for example, include calcium, magnesium and potassium.
In ředkvičkách but they are in a large amount more, our health very beneficial ingredients - mustard oil, which produces these vegetables for their own protection against dangerous pests and microorganisms ..

Radishes protect us against bacteria and fungi
Mustard oil supply ředkvičkám ONU characteristic, pungent taste. Their role is to plant itself is very important, it is a shield against attacks from outside intruders. Likewise operates in our body - kill bacteria and mold on our mucous membranes.
In our digestive tract due to improper food requirements and infections breed bacteria and mold that can cause us many problems, such as bloating, intestinal and stomach problems, diarrhea, etc. Regular consumption of radish overgrowth culture we may effectively destroy and prevent their further proliferation. Mustard oil has thus disinfecting the entire digestive tract, esophagus, stomach, colon and small intestine.
But they work well in other parts of our body - in the oral cavity and the nasopharynx, which also established to help dissolve mucus, l ECI including fever and cough. Radishes are therefore suitable food even in times of colds and respiratory diseases, which suppress the infection and strengthen our body to fight against them.

They contain a lot of fiber, which stimulates intestinal peristalsis, cleanses the toxins from established and works against constipation. Therefore, it is healthy to consume is heavier dishes as an appetizer or snack between meals. It works even mildly diuretic, and are also low calorie, so they are definitely a great part of a healthy diet at any age.

How to buy radishes?
N A bunch of radishes need to pay a bit of attention. The problem today is undoubtedly the vegetable nutrients overloading nitrates, which are at high doses, may hurt. When buying radishes therefore prefer to choose bio-product, which prevents the these harmful substances.
Radishes wilted and soft to the touch, also not the best choice, reflects either their age or excessive inappropriate method of cultivation - these radishes are rubbery, woody, "vyšeptalé" or cracked. Fresh radish is tender and juicy and its leaves are fresh and not broke.

Radishes with butter on the bread and the salad
This vegetable is definitely a good snack for everyone. Sliced ​​radishes on bread and butter are our traditional and brilliantly their consumption. Are great in vegetable salads or as a vegetable side dishes. They are also easy to cook or dispose of in vinegar brine, and certainly the tastiest and healthiest are fresh radishes.


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the sources: Treatment of fruit and vegetables

[2008-03-26]
The author Radishes protect us against bacteria and fungi: Michaela Vorlová