Radishes are high in fiber, which means they help with digestion and keep you full longer. But what they really stand out for is their high content of detoxifying agents, Talbott says. “Radishes are rich in indoles, zeaxanthin, lutein, beta carotene, and sulforaphane, which help the body to eliminate environmental toxins such as air pollution, cigarette smoke, and others,” he explains. Plus, a recent study in BMJ found people who eat foods high in flavonoids gain less weight than those who skip the nutrients.
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