Green leafy vegetables

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Green leafy vegetables, more scientifically known as cruciferous vegetables, are sources of minerals, organic compounds and antioxidants that can help to promote the immune system and also prevent any peripheral infections. These green leafy vegetables are also high in vitamin K, which is an important cofactor in blood clotting. If you have a diet rich in cruciferous vegetables, your body will be less likely to bruise, as the blood clotting at the site of the impact injury might be that efficient! Spinach, kale, broccoli and lettuce are all great choices if you’re trying to protect against or treat a bad bruise. Protection Status
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