Very. Asparagus is one of the best sources of Vitamin K. It's also packed full of antioxidants, and is great for brain function.
Improves blood clotting and wound healing, and helps keep bones strong and healthy.
Helps protect cells, prevent illness and fight off infection.
Thiamin helps break down and release energy from carbs. It's also beneficial for proper functioning of the nervous system, brain, muscles, heart, and digestive system.
Helps stabilise free radicals, protecting cells from potentially dangerous mutations.
Absent Nutrients: Vitamin B12, Vitamin D, Fatty acids, Cholesterol, Caffeine
Recommended Daily Allowance (RDA) % shown for adult females, as published by the NHS (UK).
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Asparagine is an amino acid, which has recently been rumored to aid the spread of breast cancer. Trials on mice have shown that low-asparagine diets, combined with blocking asparagine production in the body, greatly reduced the breast cancer’s ability to spread.
Eating too much Asparagus is going to make your urine smell quite strongly! It may also cause some bloating, but there are no serious side effects.