Tour Scotland Video Onions Song Fruit Festival Perth Perthshire
Tour Scotland video of the Onions Song by The BarrowBand at the fruit festival on ancestry visit to P erth, Perthshire, Scotland. In ancient Greece, athletes ate large quantities of onion because it was believed to lighten the balance of the blood. Roman gladiators were rubbed down with onions to firm up their muscles. In the Middle Ages, onions were such an important food that people paid their rent with onions, and even gave them as gifts. Onions arey high in beneficial polyphenols, which play an important role in preventing and reducing the progression of diabetes, cancer, and neurodegenerative and cardiovascular diseases.
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