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Phytochemicals
Definition

What does Phytochemicals do for the body

Phytochemicals are active compounds found in plants. Phyto means “plant”, phytochemicals are compounds found in plants, fruits, vegetables, beans and whole grains.

The distinctive smell, color and taste of a plant is due to the presence Phytochemicals.


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Antioxidant
Stimulant
Antibacterial

Benefits of Phytochemicals :

Phytochemicals boost the Immune System.
Enhance the Vision.
Improve health of the Skin.
Ensure a healthy Skeletal System.
The nutrient inhibit the growth of Cancer cells.
Phytochemicals take care of the Respiratory System and cure disorders related to Lungs.
Lower the Cholesterol levels and LDL, increase the level of HDL.
Slow down the wear and tear of body cells.
 
Repertory

Herbs Containing Phytochemicals

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