Nutrition #2 Cilantro

Coriander or Cilantro are basically the same thing. But regardless whether you use the coriander seeds or the leafy cilantro they both have delightful benefits to your health.

Coriander seed’s benefits can help with your digestion, help control diabetes, and due to the low calorie count can improve your ability to lose weight.

Cilantro’s benefits are similar to Basil in Nutrition #1 in that it has a decent 16% helping of Vitamin K in 4 grams or 1/4 of a cup of cilantro. It does also have a few other Vitamins that can help out as well: 5% of Vitamin A, 2% of Vitamin C, and 1% of Vitamin E & Folate.

Vitamin A’s role in your life is maintaining that smooth skin for all the men to admire, or maintaining your vision or neurological function. No one wants to have a brain glitch on a date so make sure to say YES to that cilantro on your Hispanic dish that was prepared for you.

One of my favorite foods is Mexican food. Those burritos, tamales, street tacos, or tostadas…..yum. I prefer not to have the stem of the cilantro but the leaves provide a nice simple and fresh taste to an asada street taco or that sweet pork tostada from my local restaurant.

Also like basil being a leafy green, cilantro is a pretty easy to grow with a little bit of flowing water, nutrients, and lots of light it can provide a little bit for your dishes within 30-40 days after planting the seeds.

Check out a recipe that uses Cilantro in our recipe section.

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