Replace solanaceaes by cruciferous

Solanaceae is a botanical family that includes tomatoes, potatoes, aubergines and peppers, as well as tobacco and certain hallucinogens. They all contain poisons called solanines and are associated with rheumatism and arthritis.



Why is the consumption, in large quantities, of tomatoes, potatoes, peppers and aubergines inadvisable?

  • contains solanines

  • they weaken the kidneys because they are too rich in potassium in relation to sodium

  • decalcify by favouring the loss of alkalis through urinating

  • damage the bone and joint system

  • it gives gastrointestinal problems, such as abdominal swelling, distension and/or constipation.

If we want to preserve our health, it is convenient that the consumption of these vegetables is occasional.

A healthy option would be to replace solanaceaes with cruciferous vegetables such as: cabbage, cauliflower, turnip, radish, Brussels sprouts, broccoli. These vegetables are rich in sulforaphanes, which gives them antioxidants (vitamins A, E and C) and anti-inflammatory properties.


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