Cress, and especially watercress, promotes the metabolic processes in the cells. As a result, harmful substances are removed more quickly, and helping substances reach the cell more quickly. Watercress is an excellent source of vitamin A or carotenoids. Thus, each 100 gram contains about 4900 micrograms.
In addition, watercress contains calcium, potassium, manganese, phosphorus, folic acid and vitamins C, E, K, B-1, and B-2, so you should eat this spicy herb more often to help your skin from the inside out.
Cress tastes great in a salad or simply on a piece of bread, for example with avocado or cream cheese.
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