|To peel fruits or vegetables before preparing or eating them is commonplace|
Here's the list some kind of skin fruits and vegetables actually beneficial to health
To peel fruits or vegetables before preparing or eating them is commonplace. However, do you know if some kind of skin fruits and vegetables actually beneficial to health?
For that, it is fine if, after washing with clean under running water, you prepare or eat vegetables with skin. Any vegetables and fruit? Here's the list as quoted from Men's Health.
Peel the apple skin does not reduce the overall vitamin C in fruit is red or green. However, you can peel the skin with loss of pectin. Pectin is a soluble fiber that can help stabilize and reduce LDL cholesterol and blood sugar. Besides, pectin can also slow down the digestive process so that you can feel full longer.
Carrots are rich polyacetylenes, a chemical compound being studied the related potential to kill cancer cells. In addition, it is believed that polyacetylenes containing antifungal, antibacterial, and has anti-inflammatory effects. In carrots, polyacetylenes compounds are concentrated just under the skin.
So, it can be tried to peel the thin skin after washing with clean carrots. Carrot varieties such as purple carrot are also mentioned anthocyanin-rich in antioxidants which are also plentiful in blueberries.
Compared to meat, potato skins contain more fiber, iron, and folic acid. Researchers at the University of Maine found that the potato skins contain antioxidants 5 to 10 times more. For that, there's nothing wrong if you try to eat potatoes without peeling the skin. But, make sure the potatoes are washed with clean, yes!
Cucumber skin contains vitamin A, and vitamin K. Also contains calcium, magnesium, phosphorus, and potassium. In addition, it is worth noting that almost all fibers contained in cucumber skin. Meanwhile, cucumber meat contains more water.
Eggplant skin contains antioxidants called nasunin. Nasunin also part of one of the antioxidant flavonoids.
After washing clean wine, there's nothing wrong if you eat grapes with the skin directly. Particularly red wine, contains resveratrol, a phytochemical that are beneficial to heart health and brain. Several studies conducted in animals also showed resveratrol can slow the growth of cancer cells.
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