April 18 2017
Many argue that nightshade vegetables causes various health issues. But are they actually unhealthy to eat? This article explores the current research.
What Are Nightshade Foods?
Nightshades are plants in the Solanaceae family.
There are more than 3,000 varieties, a handful of which are staple fruits, vegetables and herbs in our diet.
Common nightshade foods include:
- Peppers (capsicums — all varieties)
- Eggplant (aubergine)
- Potatoes (all varieties except for sweet potatoes)
- Husk cherries
- Cayenne pepper
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