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Nutrition Facts about Rosemary

Rosemary: fresh, dried, and ground

Rosemary: fresh, dried, and ground

Rosemary: fresh, dried, and ground

Rosemary: fresh, dried, and ground

While it is unlikely that one person would consume enough rosemary at one time to get a healthy portion of its beneficial nutrients, it’s still useful to know what is contained in this flavorful herb and include it regularly in your diet.

Rosemary is mainly a good source of manganese, which is an essential nutrient for metabolic health. Manganese also helps the body to form blood clots, allowing injuries to heal faster.

Here is the nutrition information for 100 grams (about a half cup) of fresh rosemary:

And here is the nutrition information for 100 grams (about a half cup) of dried rosemary:
Dried Rosemary Nutrition

Rosemary is rich in phytochemicals. These aren’t essential for survival like vitamins and minerals, but are still important for fighting disease and maintaining overall good health.
Rosemary is also an excellent source of:

  • Pantothenic acid
  • Niacin
  • Thiamin
  • Folate
  • Riboflavin

Did you know all these nutrition facts about rosemary? Please tell us what you think.

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