Argula is a lesser-known cruciferous vegetable that provides many of the same benefits as other vegetables of the same family, which include broccoli, kale, and Brussels sprouts. Along with other leafy greens, arugula contains high levels of beneficial nitrates and polyphenols. A 2014 review study found that high intakes of nitrate may lower blood pressure, reduce the amount of oxygen needed during exercise, and enhance athletic performance.
- Improves function of blood vessels.
- Maintaining blood sugar level.
- Lowers the chances of heart disease.
- Reduce blood pressure.
- Cancer fighting powerfood.
- Good for bone health.
- Helps reduce inflammation in the body.
- Cleanses and detoxifies the body.
- Protects the aging brain from cognitive decline.
protein, riboflavin, thiamin, zinc, vitamin b6, pantothenic acid and copper, erucic acid, gadoleic acid.
Individuals suffering from kidney stones should avoid its use. It may also cause throat irritation, facial swelling, stomach cramps, diarrhea or skin rash.