Lettuce is a mine of nutrients.

Lettuce contains vitamin A, vitamin C, vitamin K, vitamin B12, folic acid, manganese, and magnesium.

No other vegetable contains vitamin K that supports bone health as much as lettuce.

Eating lettuce is good for eye health.

Regular consumption of lettuce can prevent age-related dementia

Vitamin C, A, magnesium and folic acid in lettuce help prevent cancer.

People who consume more lettuce in their diet are less likely to develop ovarian cancer.

Lettuce is rich in iron which is essential for the body and reduces anemia. It also boosts immunity.

It helps reduce asthma symptoms.

Lettuce is effective in preventing the risk of stroke.

The more lettuce you eat, the better. It increases hemoglobin percentage.

Vitamin A and beta keratin in lettuce protect the skin from age spots. They are abundant in lettuce.