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Lamb's Lettuce

Lambs lettuce is a great green that is full of vitamins c, b, and a and also potassium, iron, protein, calcium, and also fiber. Lambs lettuce is full of lots of great phytonutrients and antioxidants that protect you from cancer and cardiovascular disease. Also contains lutein and zeaxanthin that keeps you from coming down with macular degeneration. Lambs lettuce lowers cholesterol, lowers ldlas and also increases hdlas or good cholesterol. Makes a great salad with a nice dressing a it tastes great!.
Indigenously, it is found in the mediterranean and the middle east. In india, it is commonly known as asalad pattaa in hindi. As its name suggests, it is most widely used in salads all over the world and finds its place among the list of nutritious foods. Apart from salads, it is also used in soups, sandwiches and wraps. It is also used for the purpose of juicing.
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With growing pollution levels, exposures to harmful chemicals, stress and improper diet, skin problems have become a common sight these days. In fact, having flawless skin seems like a dream and all those beauty products promising a range of benefits have very little effect whatsoever. It is important to understand that proper supply and absorption of nutrients are vital for a healthy body which includes the skin as well. Green vegetables such as lettuce are a storehouse of vital nutrients, vitamins and fiber which contribute to a healthy skin, keeping skin problems at bay. Some of the skin benefits of lettuce are as follows


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