Vitamin A – Benefits and Uses Overview
Vitamin A, sometimes called retinol, is a fat-soluble vital nutrient. Vitamin A Sources Vitamin A is found in fruits such as tomatoes, peaches, and cantaloupe, green and yellow fruits like More...
Alfalfa is a grass rich in nutrients. While alfalfa is often used as feed for horses and rabbits, the plant has many medicinal uses as well.
Alfalfa is thought to lower cholesterol. It also may help relieve inflammation and digestive problems. It has been recommended to balance pH levels and hormones. Alfalfa may also fight fungal infections, skin problems, and joint disorders. It also has been used to treat:
In 2011, the USDA approved growing genetically engineered alfalfa. To be sure you are not eating genetically modified alfalfa, purchase only certified organic brands.
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