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The healing power of shallots

  1. Shallots are an onion variety that grows in wedges, just like garlic. The shallot is oval and some varieties are downright elongated. When raw, this small bulbous vegetable tastes less sharp than onion. That is why chefs like to use it in salads. The shallot can be eaten on bread in combination with cheese. Shallots are thought to have been discovered as an edible vegetable in China 2000 BC. Shallots are often used in European cuisine.

Shallot healthier than onion

  1. Shallots belong to the allium family, just like onions, garlic, chives, wild garlic and leeks. A striking difference between shallots and its relatives is that the shallot contains more antioxidants. The shallot is much sweeter than onion and easier to digest. This small bulb wax contains the flavonoid quercetin. Those who consume a lot of this special nutrient have a smaller chance of developing lifestyle diseases such as diabetes, cancer and cardiovascular disease

Vitamins shallots

  1. Shallots contain more minerals and vitamins than regular onions. Vitamin A, an antioxidant that is good for the eyes, is most commonly found in shallots. This underground growing vegetable contains 35% of the Recommended Daily Allowance (RDA) per 110 grams

Mineral shallots

  1. Shallots contain the most iron of the mineral types. The shallot is therefore a good vegetable in a diet against anemia or anemia. An ounce of shallots contains 15% of the RDA for iron. Manganese is also abundant in it: 13% of the RDI. Other minerals that the shallot can count as ingredients are: copper (10% RDA), phosphorus (9% RDA), potassium (7% RDA), magnesium (5% RDA), zinc (4% RDA) and calcium

Shallots against osteoporosis

  1. Research shows that the chance of getting osteoporosis is reduced by 20% if one often eats shallots. There is not only calcium in this vegetable but also manganese and phosphorus so that bone building can actually take place; this will not work with calcium alone. Too much calcium without other important minerals undeniably triggers the body's response to remove calcium from the body as quickly as possible. The shortest way is to extract it from the bones. For example, a high calcium intake in the form of milk and calcium tablets leads

Shallots good for the skin

  1. The sulfur components in shallots are good for elastic skin. The blood purifying properties play an important role in this. Vitamin A has good properties for the skin as an antioxidant. Premature wrinkling is prevented by eating shallots.

  2. The sulfur components in shallots are good for an elastic skin. The blood purifying properties play an important role in this. Vitamin A has good properties for the skin as an antioxidant. Premature wrinkling is prevented by eating shallots.



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