Mizuna is a mild, somewhat sweet mustard green that has been grown for centuries in Japan and is now becoming more readily available in the states. Mizuna is packed in phytonutrients and is a nutritional powerhouse. It has been known to help prevent, arthritis, anemia, osteoporosis, asthma, and colon, breast, and prostate cancer as well as numerous immune related disorders.
Mizuna is an excellent source of vitamin C which has tremendous anti-viral and anti-inflammatory (including anti-histamine) abilities. Mizuna also contains antioxidants called glucosinolates which have powerful anti-cancer properties and the ability to detox cells, tissues, and organs in the body. Mizuna is also a great source of vitamin A which is highly beneficial for eye, skin, and cardiovascular health and folate which plays an important role in DNA synthesis during pregnancy.
Mizuna is a flavorful addition to salads and is often found in mesclun or spring mixes at the grocery store. Mizuna by the bunch can also be found in most produce departments and can be juiced, lightly steamed, or added to soups for a healthy, nutritional, and tasty boost to your diet.
This item posted: 07-Mar-2015
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