A common mistake most people do is throw away the onion skin when using this vegetable.
But, researches have found that onion skin is abundant in potent antioxidants, which can improve human health on many levels. For one thing, the outer brown layer of onions is packed with fiber, flavonoids and antioxidants, all of which are highly beneficial for improving skin health.
Read on and find out how you can reap the health benefits from onion skin.
Onion Skin Contains More Antioxidants than the Onion
Onion skin is rich in a strong plant pigment called quercetin, which is highly effective in reducing hypertension and preventing clogged arteries. Moreover, the onion skin has anti-cancer, antifungal, anti-bacterial and antioxidant properties.
Including onion skin into your diet can drastically cut your risk of:
- cardiovascular disease
- colon cancer
- type 2 diabetes
- gastrointestinal problems
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