Whole foods resemble the body parts they were created and designed to assist. Which is why the roots of a green onion resemble a nerves endings, because green onions provide nerve ending benefits.
Consuming green onion as part of a healthy diet will help to regrow the myelin sheath, or covering around the optic nerve which is the space in between them; allowing the nerves to communicate with each other, thanks to their high Vitamin K properties. The outer part of a brain nerve, also known as the myelin sheath, needs a crucial fat called the sphingolipids for it to form properly. Vitamin K is known to be important in synthesizing sphingolipids, greatly aiding in the proper function of the brain and the nervous system, by eliminating the dead space between nerves, which can lead to fibromialgia or other nerve damage.
“Vitamin K has the capability of blocking osteoclast formation. Too much osteoclast can take the nutrients away from the bones and use them in other functions of the body. This process is also referred to as de-mineralization. The formation of osteoclasts in the body can lead to bone problems such as osteoporosis. You can help prevent this through consuming sufficient amounts of Vitamin K.
Second, the GLA proteins that maintain healthy and strong bones, which are the osteocalcin and the matrix-GLA protein, can only be activated through carboxylation and carboxylation can only happen by having a sufficient amount of Vitamin K in the body. GLA proteins need to be activated so that they can properly bind with Calcium and so that it can be absorbed by the bones.” source
Vitamin K in the body can greatly decrease the release of glycoprotein interleukin 6 which is one of the causes of inflammation. Vitamin K can help prevent calcification with the use of the process called carboxylation. Carboxylation has been said to help in activating the matrix-GLA protein and this type of protein can help to prevent the formation of calcium inside the tissues. By adding Vitamin K to a healthy diet, people can avoid cardiovascular diseases, stroke and atherosclerosis.
“Vitamin K plays a very important role in the clotting process of the body. This particular vitamin is an important part of the glumatic acid. The Glumatic acid is a type of amino acid which is responsible for the process called carboxylation. This process, other than helping to bind the GLA proteins to bind with Calcium, allows the blood found on an open wound to bind to the nearby tissue for clotting to occur. Most people who have insufficient Vitamin K in their body usually suffer from nose bleeding, hemorrhaging, anemia, easy bruising and heavy menstrual bleeding.” source
Early prevention is much better than searching for a cure, thankfully we now know that live food is the cure; thanks to the advancement in food science. As always check with your Doctor before changing your diet.