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Benefits of Swiss Chard

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Swiss chard isn t native to Switzerland. Its actual homeland of chard lies further south, in the Mediterranean region; in fact, the Greek philosopher, Aristotle wrote about chard in the fourth century B.C. This is not surprising given the fact that the ancient Greeks, and later the Romans, honored chard for its medicinal properties. Chard got its common name from another Mediterranean vegetable, cardoon, a celery like plant with thick stalks that resemble those of chard. The French got the two confused and called them both carde.


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Health Benefits
Antioxidant and Anti Inflammatory Benefits
Manage Diabetes
Extremely perishable leafy vegetable
Rich source of minerals
Blood Sugar Benefits
Cancer Prevention
The goosefoot family
Swiss chard contains oxalic acid
Nutrition
Basics
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