Tuesday, 15 November 2011

Belinda Marry

Fruit of the Angels

 Papaya
Papaya is a pear shaped yellowish-orange fruit. It has a range of health benefits and uses. This highly loved tropical fruit was reputably called “The Fruit of the Angels” by Christopher Columbus.
 
The papaya is an amazingly rich source of the proteolytic enzymes. These are the chemicals that enable the digestion of protein. Papain, which is the most important of these enzymes in the papaya, is extracted and dried as a powder for use to aid the digestion, and it is often used as a meat tenderizer, the enzyme partially breaking down the meat fibers   digesting them in fact. This soft and sweet fruit, which is often also known as fruit of the angels, has lots of health benefits. Although papaya was once considered very exotic, today, it is a common fruit that is found throughout the world. Summer and fall are the seasons in which papayas are mostly grown.
Papaya nutritional information:
It contains rich vitamins A, B and C, K, folate, dietary fiber, and minerals such as potassium, iron, and calcium. vitamin A which accelerates the formation of new cells, it protects the external layers of the skin. The juice of the papaya contains papain, a protein splitting enzyme used as a meat tenderizer. It has been proved that by eating papaya, heart diseases or controlled and the cholesterol level is reduced.
Uses:
  • Papaya not only for food, but also for healing wounds, for supporting a weak liver, for healing constipation, against worms and parasites, for healing inflammation and skin problems and even for treating cancer.
  • Papaya contains vitamin A which accelerates the formation of new cells, it protects the external layers of the skin, and vitamin c is an anti-oxidant, and builds capillary strength, protein the skin can be benefited with improved smoothness, softness, and resiliency.
  • Green Papaya is one of nature's most abundant sources of plant enzymes and other important phytonutrients .Green papaya may increase nutrient absorption and help to create a healthier intestinal tract.
  • It is also been used for over acidity or borderline ulcers as less stomach acid is required for digestion when abundant enzymes are ingested.
  • Papaya is good for many digestive disorders and is excellent for improving poor digestion. It has also been recommended as part of the treatment for cancer.
  • Papaya is very beneficial for skin as it helps enormously in fighting with the free radicals in the body in a result the skin is prevented from premature aging and other skin problems. So if you want to stay young start using papaya in your beauty routine.
  • It is good for eye sight.
  • It reduces inflammation and is therefore useful in osteoarthritis, asthma, and rheumatoid arthritis.

Belinda Marry

About Belinda Marry -

Belinda Marry as a Fitness Trainer from California. She is a famous Journalist also. She write many books and Novels.

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