Watercress grows along flowing streams or water sources, watercress acts as a hydrating food with almost 32 grams of water per cup/per serving. The antioxidant properties of watercress from sources such as vitamin A, beta-carotene, and vitamin C enable it to fight free radical damage, repair DNA, reduce the risk of cancer, and fight early signs of aging. With its high water content, watercress is refreshing and revitalizing; hence, it finds itself in garnishes and in salads.
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