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Submitted by on Apr 19, 2019

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Scientifically known as Spinacia oleracea, spinach belongs to the amaranth family and is associated with beets and quinoa. This is a superfood. It is loaded with tons of nutrients in a low-calorie package. Dark leafy vegetables such as spinach are important for healthy skin, hair and bones. They also provide proteins, iron, vitamins and minerals.

Spinach has been used by various cultures throughout history, especially in Mediterranean, Middle Eastern, and Southeast Asian cuisine. It is easy to include in any diet, as it is cheap and easy to prepare.

Calcium

Spinach contains about 250 mg of calcium per cup. However, it is easier absorbed by calcium derived from milk sources. Spinach has a high content of oxalate that binds to calcium. This prevents it difficult for our bodies to use.

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Magnesium

Spinach is also one of the best sources of dietary magnesium, which is necessary for energy metabolism, maintaining muscle and nerve functions, regular heart rate, a healthy immune system, and maintaining blood pressure. Magnesium also plays a role in the hundreds of biochemical reactions that occur in the body.

Relieves Symptoms of Hemophilia

Vitamin K-rich spinach helps blood clotting by producing prothrombin and thus helps relieve hemophilia symptoms. It is great for controlling excessive bleeding, and also supports liver function by stimulating the production of glycogen. However, if you are taking an anticoagulant, such as warfarin (trade name Coumadin), it is recommended not to increase your green consumption. You should discuss your current intake with your doctor or a registered dietitian and monitor your vitamin K intake when you are taking warfarin.

Maintains Blood Pressure

Spinach has a very high content of potassium and raw sodium before cooking. This mineral composition is very useful for patients with high blood pressure, because potassium is reduced, and sodium increases blood pressure. The folates present in spinach also help reduce hypertension and relax blood vessels, while maintaining proper blood flow. By reducing blood pressure and relieving tension in the vessels and arteries, you can reduce the load on the cardiovascular system and increase the oxygenation of the organs of the body for optimal functionality.

Helps in Bone Mineralization

Spinach is a good source of vitamin K, which keeps calcium in the bone matrix, which leads to bone mineralization. In addition, other minerals such as manganese, copper, magnesium, zinc and phosphorus also help build strong bones. This in turn can help prevent the development of osteoporosis. These minerals are also essential for maintaining healthy teeth and nails.

Healthy Skin and Hair

Spinach contains a large amount of vitamin A, which reduces the production of oil in the pores of the skin and hair follicles to moisturize the skin and hair.

It is this oil that can accumulate, causing acne. Vitamin A is also essential for the growth of all body tissues, including skin and hair.

Spinach and other leafy vegetables high in vitamin C are crucial for creating and maintaining collagen, which provides the structure of the skin and hair.

Iron deficiency is a common cause of hair loss, which can be prevented by adequate consumption of foods rich in iron, such as spinach.

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