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Is Swiss Chard Poisonous?

The intake of Swiss chard by animals such as cats, dogs, guinea pigs, and the like, in large amounts are reported to bring about many health hazards. But, the use of Swiss chard by human is not reported to be poisonous, and is noted for having diuretic, antioxidant and laxative properties. It is also known to be crucial for bone health. Several nutritional benefits are associated with Swiss chard as they are rich in nutrients such as vitamin A, E, K, C, B6, and essential elements like calcium, magnesium, iodine, Beta carotene, Chlorophyll, folate, zinc, and many more that offer added health benefits to us.

by Margaret Walker on Sat, 02/05/2011 - 08:46


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