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Indeed, almost all species of radish promise a very high concentration of healthy enzyme you can get from very green leaves. It's actually not the roots that counts more on these veggies but the leaves.

Posted by Senior Planning on July 10, 2012 7:33 AM

Good article, these are some good ideas. I have never had any radish juice before, need to try it.

Posted by Kangen on July 10, 2012 4:34 PM

Eating raddish alone will turn some people down, especially kids. Good thing that you have some ways on how to make it more healthy and delicious. Great Post!

Posted by Atkins Diet on July 18, 2012 7:27 AM

Oh, I love radish...Primates need good nutrition, to begin with. Not only fruits and plants, but insects as well.

Posted by Anti Money Laundering on July 18, 2012 7:55 AM

Great post about herbal benefits. Many of us may not realize it, but radishes offer many health and nutritional benefits. Not only are the roots of these cruciferous vegetables nutritious, but so are their leaves. The leaves of the radish plant actually contain more Vitamin C, protein and calcium than their roots. They have been used to treat kidney and skin disorders, fight cancer and even soothe insect bites.

Posted by weight loss diet on July 18, 2012 8:35 AM

Great post, I never knew that radish leaves were edible.

Posted by Dennis on July 19, 2012 10:45 AM

The leaves of radish are very useful in therapy of jaundice. Being a very good detoxifier and rich in vitamin C, radish helps cure many types of cancer.

Posted by family healthcare on July 23, 2012 5:59 AM

Great post, all we know radish is an edible root vegetable that is rich in ascorbic acid, folic acid, and potassium. Many of us don't realize the importance of vegetables in our daily life. People who do not eat vegetables especially radish should read this health info.

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Posted by Frank on July 24, 2012 2:04 AM

I can say that radish leaves have a flavor that I would situate somewhere between watercress and nettles, but a few notches milder. The texture of the larger leaves can be a bit rough so they're not ideal for salads, but they make fine soups and gratins.

Posted by Alzheimer Care on July 24, 2012 7:57 AM

Radish is a well known part of our salad, we can eat its leaves, flowers and roots. It is not expensive so it is best for salads and recipes

Posted by health info on July 25, 2012 12:04 AM

I include radish leaves everytime I have salad and fruit juice for lunch or during snack after I work out. Often, during the weekends I check out for medical updates and have salad on the side, I also include radish leaves. I love having them with really good dressings.

Posted by Karina on July 25, 2012 10:27 PM

I love to eat radish but I throw the leaves, I must try this and add it on my healthy diet. thanks for this wonderful information waiting for your next post.

Posted by health care on July 26, 2012 3:57 AM

Thanks for sharing amazing post

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