Parsley (Petroselinum spp., Petroselinum crispum, Petroselinum neapolitanum)
- GeneralGeneral: Parsley is high (1.70% by mass), in oxalic acid, which can promote nutrient depletion (53).
- CalciumCalcium: Parsley did not affect the absorption of calcium (185). Further details are lacking.
- IronIron: Based on in vitro study, parsley had iron-chelating effects (180). Parsley inhibited intestinal absorption of iron (187).
- PotassiumPotassium: Based on animal study, parsley decreased levels of serum potassium (7).
- Serum glucoseSerum glucose: Based on an animal diabetic model, parsley reduced blood glucose (56; 57; 58; 8; 7).
- SodiumSodium: Based on animal study, parsley decreased levels of serum sodium (7).
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