Nutrition Facts

½ cup, fresh:

Nutritional Information

Surpassing any ordinary garnish, parsley, a member of the carrot family, provides a good source of protein, Vitamin E, Vitamin B6, and dietary fiber. With more than half the daily requirement of Vitamin C, which serves as an anti-inflammatory agent, parsley combats osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis. The high presence of Vitamin C means that parsley not only accelerates the body's ability to repair wounds, but also helps maintain healthy bones and teeth. With a whopping dose of Vitamin K, parsley prevents calcium build-up that can lead to atherosclerosis, cardiovascular disease, and stroke. And chocked full of Vitamin A, parsley is a powerhouse when it comes to helping the body metabolize proteins and sugar.