Parsley is high in iron, which helps your body produce red blood cells. A 1-cup serving of parsley has 3.7 milligrams of iron, which is 21 percent and 46 percent of the daily intake recommendation for women and men, respectively. Parsley is also rich in vitamin K, which helps with blood coagulation. A 1-cup serving has 984 micrograms of vitamin K, which is well over 100 percent of the daily adequate intake. Parsley contains natural antioxidants, including vitamins A, C and E. Antioxidants help protect your body’s cells from damage from environmental toxins and free radicals, which are produced as a side effect of your metabolism. While these nutrients do not directly aid in weight loss, they do help you stay healthy as you lose weight.
Chop the parsley, add the lemon juice and pour water.
Drink this juice in the morning on an empty stomach and only for 5 days. Then pause for 10 days.
This is the juice that literally burns calories, per those who have tried it. The foods that are used are packed with vitamins and minerals, and therefore the juice is very healthy.