This is Stacey from Transformation Thrive, and I'm going to talk to you about the health benefits of parsley. Parsley is much more than just a garnish on your dinner plate. It is an excellent source of vitamin A, vitamin C and vitamin K. It's also a great source of iron, folate, Chlorophyll, and anti-oxidant flavonites. Because parsley is high in vitamin A and vitamin C it helps you to protect your immune system. Vitamin A produces white blood cells that fight viruses and bacteria. It also helps to enhance eye function and neutralizes damage from UV radiation. It's also high in vitamin C that contributes to healthy skin and joints. Because parsley is high in chlorophyll it helps to alkalize the body, purify the blood and form new red blood cells. Chlorophyll helps to reduce odor causing bacteria. So eating parsley can fight bad breath and body odor. Parsley also contributes to cardiovascular health because it is high in folate which is a B vitamin that lowers homocysteine levels. Parsley is an excellent diuretic and it reduces blood pressure and enhances kidney function. Parsley is also a great digestive aide so eat that sprig of parsley on your plate.