As an anti-inflammatory, watercress is useful for treating eczema, acne and other skin irritations, and generally contributes to healthy skin. It’s also considered a liver tonic and was used by Greek and Persian soldiers to increase stamina and improve health.
Eighty-five percent of the calories in watercress are due to protein, which may help with weight management.
- A bunch of watercress leaves
- 2 green or red apples
- A squeeze of lemon juice
Watercress juice is very detoxifying, so consume in moderation.
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