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What Is Horseradish Good For?

Eating Horseradish

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  • Both the heat and the aroma of horseradish come from allyl isothiocyanate, which studies show may be useful to prevent bladder cancer, as well as other cancers
  • Glucosinolate and sinigrin are additional chemoprotective compounds in horseradish
  • Unique enzymes and antioxidants in horseradish can rid your body of mucus that causes bronchial and sinus infections and are helpful against bacteria causing urinary tract infections and many other health problems

By Dr. Mercola

If it were wine, horseradish might be described as having an earthy, robust flavor, accompanied by an oddly sweet heat that warms you to your core. One taste and its intensity radiates not so much in your mouth as in your sinuses.

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