We owe a debt of gratitude to ancient Chinese folk medicine for the background work on rhubarb cures and remedies that today's scientist have substantiated and expanded on: fiber for ease in digestion, vitamin K for healthy bone growth and neuron function in the brain, natural antioxidation from vitamins C and A, as well as anti-infection properties, healthy skin, mucous membranes, vision, and potential cancer protection. While many believe milk is the best calcium source, one cup of cooked rhubarb contains just as much, and it's actually much better for you. In fact, rhubarb is on the short list with salmon and spinach for the highest amounts of calcium it provides.
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