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Wasabi Boosts Overall Health

Wasabi Boosts Overall Health

Wasabi is used as a condiment similar to hot mustards. The earliest cultivation of wasabi dates all the way back to the 10th century and it grows naturally in mountain streambeds. Wasabi is a member of the Brassicaceae family which is related to foods like cabbage and horseradish.Wasabi Boosts Overall Health

Clears up your sinus

Experiencing colon congestion is not an uncommon condition when the cold season and or allergy season comes around. Some people may not experience nasal congestion as severe as others but it is still one of the most complained about condition in the U.S.

Congestion in the nasal is usually caused by swollen tissues which is cause by inflamed blood vessels. Wasabi has been used naturally to help relieve sinus problems for years. It naturally helps open up swollen, congested sinuses. By adding a tiny dab of wasabi to your meals will help ensure your sinus to clear right up.

Benefits of Wasabi

Relieving sinus issues is not the only awesome benefit of wasabi. Studies suggest that wasabi can actually help reduce the risk cancer and heart disease. Plus, it offers anti-inflammatory relief for sore muscles and joints. It also fights off bacterial infections in the mouth.

This magical plant has very high antioxidant levels which may help remove toxins from the body and boost the immune system. It has also been known to supply bactericidal activities against specific strains of H. pylori bacteria which cause chronic low-level inflammation in the stomach lining ending in ulcers and other health issues.

More to know about Wasabi

Wasabi has many powerful health benefits to offer us and it can be a great benefit to our diets. Wasabi contains a good source of fiber, protein and energy as well as calcium, iron, magnesium, phosphorus, potassium, sodium and zinc, all of which are essential for a well balanced diet. It doesn’t stop there, wasabi is also high in vitamin C, thiamin, riboflavin, niacin, folate, vitamin A and B6.

Try adding wasabi into salad dressings, sauces, sushi and similar dishes, or even in hummus.


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