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Cucumber under microscope

Cucumber under microscope

Cucumber is one of most cultivated plants (Top 50) on earth, after (crops) rice, wheat, corn and potatoes. We often take cucumber’s benefits for granted. It is rich in antioxidants and anti-inflammatory benefits. Cucumber cells look even cooler under the microscope. Cucumber contains good amounts of vitamin K. Cucumber is very low in calories. Perhaps that’s why it slices itself into most salads and low calorie diets. Cucumber is industrially used in skin and hair products. Who wouldn’t want to apply those those cool looking cells on their skin.

Cucumber has more succulent structure under the microscope.

Take a wider look at it!

Here's a close up of the cucumber cells

Extremem Close Up of a cell wall.

- Cucumber is made up of more than 90% Water. - Cucumber is genetically related to water melon. - World consumes 60 Million tons of cucumber a year. - China is the biggest cucumber producer in the world with 40 Million tons a year - Cucumber originated in India more than 3000 years ago. - Cucumber nutrients: Vitamin K, Molybdenum, Pantothenic Acid, Potassium, Phosphorus, Copper, Manganese, Vitamin C, Biotin, Magnesium. Health Benefits: Antioxidant, Anti-Inflammatory, Anti-Caner, Skin Rejuvenation

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