Showing posts with label Papaya. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Papaya. Show all posts

Friday, 30 May 2014

Papaya is a Rich Source of Anti-Cancer Food

Papaya Shrinks Prostate Cancer Risk by 63 percent and that’s the benefit seen by men in this study when they ate 390 grams of papaya per week that’s half a large papaya and carries just 200 calories. How does papaya provide such health benefits? It is an extremely rich source of the three anti-cancer super nutrients beta-carotene, lycopene and beta-cryptoxanthin all are well popular to decrease prostate cancer risk and breast cancer. But there’re somewhat special about papaya, because researchers freshly discovered that our bodies absorb those vital nutrients far better from papaya than from other sources like carrots or tomatoes and in fact, up to 300 percent better. 

But question is how it is that possible? The answer is very interesting: this wonderful fruit stores these nutrients in exclusive micro-crystalline structures which greatly enhance their availability upon digestion. Papaya is also very rich in potassium, and is therefore one of the most alkalizing fruits available: however; it is in fact has nearly double (175%) the alkalizing power of pure lemon juice. It is a great as a smoothie all on its own, added to smoothies with more than a few other fruit or vegetables, or just with yogurt on top for breakfast. This low-calorie super fruit deserves distinctive consideration as part of any healthy, fruit and vegetable centered diet meant to improve health and reduce cancer risk.

Monday, 12 May 2014

Papaya is an Excellent Food

Papaya is a delightful fruit which has a rich history and plentiful nutritional benefits. It is very low in calories (only 39 calories per 100 g!) and also contains no cholesterol. Therefore; if you are trying to lose weight, consider eating papaya every day to make best use of its health benefits.

Indeed it’s a great beauty food, papaya is low in fructose and is superb for digestion! The antioxidant nutrients found in it, including Vitamins C and E and beta-carotene, are great at reducing inflammation and acne. Furthermore, Vitamin C may also protect your skin against sun damage.