Tuesday, 31 December 2013
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Pomegranate is a fruit that often forgotten by most of people when they buy their weekly groceries. This super delicious fruit contains tiny seeds is actually richly healthy and assist in preventing the onset of particular common diseases. Pomegranate has leathery texture on the outside that may be orange-yellow, red or purple, and inside it is filled with pink arils with seeds inside that are juicy and sweet. Pomegranate is highly good for slowing the natural wear and tear that occurs with aging. This is the super natural fruit which is full of antioxidants, and its seeds contain polyphenols that pack a bigger antioxidant punch than cranberries or even green tea. Pomegranates is undeserved fruit and neglect by people, but they don’t know the real benefits of this super fruit, which also help in protecting the heart and keep you cancer free. A latest study suggested taking pomegranate juice could’ve beneficial effects on human heart, and its antioxidant rich juice could lower the blood pressure as well, and improve the blood flow in body and also help in control LDL cholesterol levels. Pomegranate is rich in nutrients, which makes him most popular fruit in the world. This fruit mainly originated in Pakistan, Iran, India, and Afghanistan and also grows in Peninsular Malaysia, California, and Southeast Asia, Armenia Tropical Africa. Pomegranate high in Vitamin C, which meets 16% of a person daily requirement, and also contains rich amount of vitamin K, which assist in support to bone health and Vitamin B5, which helps the body metabolize, protein carbohydrates and fats.
Another prominent area of pomegranate research involves prostate cancer, and its juice has positive effects against prostate cancer cells. A latest study suggests, pomegranates could prolong the PSA doubling time in the early stages of prostate cancer. The Swiss research team had a cohort of men consume 500 ml every day for four weeks, and the men consumed 250ml of pomegranate juice each day for another four weeks. They compared this group to one that acted as a placebo, and found that PSA scores didn’t differ between the groups. It is healthy diagnoses of seeing positive results are shown in clinical trial of pomegranate juice effectiveness is halting breast cancer progression. In North America Breast Cancer is the 2nd leading cause of cancer death, and researchers experimented pomegranate juice fighting two different breast cancer lines. They attained pomegranate remove inhibited growth of cancer cells and also diminished cancer cell migration, making it more difficult for breast cancer cells to take hold and spread in the body.
A number of peoples just avoid this super fruit due to its complicated skin and turned off by the fruit only because of challenging to get at all those little seeds and tough skin. We’d like to share some simple tips which helps you peeling a pomegranate in a jiffy. You just crave to peel and de-seed your special fruit with a good knife, a cutting board, and a colander. Begin by cutting off the skin of pomegranate, and make lines in the peel by using the knife to score the sides of the pomegranate work clockwise around the fruit. Don’t press too strongly, as you just need to cut the pomegranate. Therefore, the next step is to put the pomegranate into a bowl and cover with water, and then break the pomegranate into sections by pulling on the peel. It is now easy to separate the seeds from the white pulpy part. You’ll see that seeds should end up at the bottom of the bowl, whereas the pulp should be floating at the top. Strain away the pulp, and then pour the seeds into a colander. Now drain the water, and voila! You’ve a big handful of tasty pomegranate seeds ready to eat.
Pomegranates are highly rich with manganese, which helps to form bone structures during the metabolic process and potassium to maintain cellular functions and balance fluid levels. This delicious fruit is high in phosphorus, magnesium, calcium, zinc and iron. This fruit has little fat and does not contain cholesterol. This fruit has 130-150 calories, with around 105 calories being derived from the seeds. The seeds are high in calories because they contain unsaturated oils, sugar and carbohydrates but highly deal of fiber and some protein in these seeds. Pomegranate keeps the epidermis and dermis by promoting skin cell regeneration, helping in repair the tissues, healing wounds, and advancing circulation to skin that is healing. By using Pomegranate supplies the skin with compounds which assist to defend against free radical sun damage, cancer and sunburn. Pomegranate oil contains the antioxidant ellagic acid that helps in to inhibit skin tumors, and cancer. A pomegranate helps in to give protection hyperpigmentation, age spots, fine lines and wrinkles damaged by sun. It is also helpful to soften the skin and generate additional elastin and collagen, which make your skin more soft, firm, smooth and young. It is also useful for skin care products, which they have a molecular structure that can penetrate deep layers of most skin types to provide additional moisture. Pomegranate also use for oily / combination skins, which are acne prone, sooth these outbreaks and minimum burns or scarring that can occur during breakouts.
Pomegranate high levels of antioxidants like hydrolysable tannins or polyphenols assist in minimizing the effects of free radicals and eliminate the free radicals from the body. Pomegranate juice is act like a blood thinner and assists in eliminating plaque from the arteries which will help to reduce the risk of atherosclerosis. By taking Pomegranate juice regularly reducing LDL cholesterol and increase HDL cholesterol to improve heart health and minimize the risk of cardiovascular problems. Moreover; the enzyme inhibitors in pomegranate juice helps to defend the cartilage damage, control degeneration to prevent osteoarthritis. Pomegranate improves digestive condition, and secretes enzymes with anti-bacterial properties that aid digestion and fight with hemorrhoids, nausea, dysentery, intestinal parasites, piles and diarrhea, and laxative to treat constipation. The children which are lacking appetite, may use Pomegranate juice for strong appetite stimulant. Pomegranates can increase hemoglobin levels in your blood to assist correct anemia. Furthermore; Pomegranate is anti-inflammatory properties with its high vitamin C content actually help in to manage asthma, sore throat, cough and wheezing. Pomegranates are often used to relief relieve blood clots and can support to create a more youthful appearance. Peoples believe pomegranates have natural supremacy which provides additional energy and cleanse the body, which helps in losing the weight.
Pomegranates decrease risk of impotency in men, which cause of prostate cancer, and atherosclerosis can consume the pomegranate juice to diminish this risk. The high antioxidants will support to manage arteriosclerosis that can lead to impotency and increase your risk of prostate cancer. Consuming pomegranate has been supported in decreasing prostate specific antigen in clinical trials. Researchers are interested in if pomegranates can be used to treat people that already have localized prostate cancer. During these trials the juice was found to inhibit the growth of the cancer cells and reduce its risk of metastasizing. The high phytochemicals in the juice seem to have a distinct effect on delaying and stabilizing the growth of PSA in men.
Pomegranate juice is high in niacin, folic acid, potassium, calcium, vitamin C, iron and fiber that relief to maintain a pregnant woman’s health and encourage cell growth. Pomegranate juice during pregnancy has also been helpful to shrink cramps and sleep difficulties that often appear during pregnancy. It has also been found to increase blood flow to the baby which reduce she risk of brain damage. The ellagitannins in pomegranate juice will prevent estrogen responsive breast cancer cells from growing, and this phytochemical inhibits aromatase that is used to create estrogen, growing your risk of breast cancer.
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Friday, 29 November 2013
Citrus fruits, especially lemon and lime, have the highest content of citric acid. Citric acid is an organic acid that is not required in the diet. However, it is beneficial for people with kidney stones.It inhibits stone formation and breaks up small stones that are beginning to form in the kidneys. The more citric acid in your urine, the more protected you are against formation of new kidney stones. Eating citrus fruits and drinking an eight-ounce glass of orange juice daily may help prevent the painful disease that strikes most men aged 40 to 65. Individuals with a history of kidney stones should avoid highly processed foods and dairy products. Do consume at least two quarts (or more) of water daily.
Saturday, 23 November 2013
The cashew actually is a tree in the family Anacardiaceae which generates a seed that is harvested as the cashew nut. Its English name derives from the Portuguese name for the fruit of the cashew tree, caju, it is now widely grown in tropical climates for its cashew apples and nuts. The cashew fruit or cashew apple is one of the very rare fruits with seeds on the outside of the fruit. It has a very strong, intense and exclusive smell that can be detected even in perspiration and urination.
The Cashew fruit is soft with a "flimsy" skin, therefore, it is not widely distributed but the nuts are removed in its place and sold commercially. This fruit tastes somewhat sweetish-pungent/astringent. If you ever do come across a cashew fruit, never try to take out the nut from the fruit as it has a chemical "Urushiol" that can reason of minor irritation/rash to the skin. The laborious cleaning process makes cashew nuts to be one of the most pricey of all nuts.
The cashew nut is a well-liked snack and food source. Cashews, unlike other oily tree nuts, contain starch to about 10% of their weight. The brown seed actually is the ‘cashew nut’. Normally the nut in separated from the rest of the fruit and the fruit itself is discarded. The nuts are then sun dried and sold out. Cashew fruits outer skin gets charred and gives a distinct smokey flavor to the cashew nuts.
This is more effective than other nuts in thickening water-based dishes like as soups, meat stews, and some Indian milk-based desserts. Several southeast Asian and south Asian cuisines use cashews for this remarkable characteristic, rather than other nuts. The cashew nut shell is toxic, that is why the shell is removed before it is sold to consumers. Cashew fruits nutrition facts have a very high vitamin C content, called to be 5x more than an orange. It has more than a few B vitamins, and rich in manganese, potassium, copper, iron, magnesium, zinc and selenium. Cashew nuts, can lead to complications or allergic reactions, contains gastric and intestinal soluble oxalates, albeit less than some other tree nuts; people with a tendency to form kidney stones may need moderation and medical guidance
Cashew nuts are produced in tropical countries because the tree is very frost sensitive; they have been adapted to various climatic regions around the world between the latitudes of 25°N and 25°S. Asian countries became the largest producer of cashew fruits. African coutnries were major producers in 1980’s. India, vietnam, Nigeria are considered largest producer of cashew fruits.
Several parts of the cashew plant are used in the traditional medicine of the Patamona of Guyana. They grind the seeds into a poultice for treating snakebites, apply nut oil to cracked heels or as an antifungal agent, and use the fruits, bark, and leaves for many other purposes including anti-fungal activity, for sores and rashes, or as an antipyretic, and for antidiarrheal applications.The leaf extracts with petroleum ether and ethanol inhibited growth of quite a few species of bacteria and fungi. Chemicals recognized in cashew shell oil have been assayed against Streptococcus mutans, a bacterium responsible for several dental cavities, and start to have activity in vitro against this and other Gram positive bacteria.