Wednesday, 7 January 2015

The Delicious Fruit Called Paw Paw And Its Great Health Benefits

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Paw paw also called papaya is delicious fruit loved by many if not all. It is a multi purpose fruit. It can be used to garnish/beautify one's food, it can be included in one's fruit salad. It can be grilled as we will later see. You can take it in form of juice. You also take it with your ice cream during your ''cheat day'' (please find more about cheat day here >>>  ) ...the list goes on and on.

Many atimes, we eat paw paw but fail to really understand the powerful health benefits what we are eating carries.  Aside from its delicious taste, Paw paw is a fruit that contains many health benefits that you never really thought of.


Below are the great benefits of paw paw:
- Did you know that paw paw is an anti premature ageing agent? That is paw paw helps control your ageing or one getting old easily or looking other than he/she is meant to look.

- Did you know that paw paw helps boost men's virility?

- We all know that orange contains so many vitamins that is why it is been advised to take more of  it. But did you know that the vitamins and nutrients in paw paw is by far more than the ones in oranges? Paw paw is a fruit that is loaded with so many vitamins and nutrients like Vitamin A, Vitamin C,Vitamin E, Calcium, Iron, Riboflavin, Thiamine and Niacine.

- Paw paw is fruit that is blessed with antioxidants. This means that the regular eating of paw paw helps improve one's eye sight.

- Did you know that with the regular eating of paw paw you can prevent the occurrence of heart attacks and strokes?

- Paw paw is also a fruit that contains high dietary fibre.

- The regular eating of paw paw helps burn calories.

- Did you know that paw paw helps cleanse the system from every unwanted diseases & infections?

- The magnesium in paw paw is far higher than the ones in apples, oranges and bananas. This is really a big deal, considering the fact of how great the benefits of these fruits are.

- Paw paw is a fruit that serves as a great digestive aid. This is because, it is blessed with special ingredients like papain and chymopapain that helps dissolve the proteins, thereby converting them into amino acids.

- With the regular eating of Paw paw, be prepared to kiss bloating and indigestion goodbye.

- This delicious fruit called paw paw is blessed with anti parasite properties.

With the above mentioned points of paw paw's great health benefits, won't it be great you eat paw paw more? The great thing about paw paw is that, it is can be served in different ways as earlier mentioned.





ENJOY YOUR MEAL AND PLEASE STAY HEALTHY! 

P.S- You may also like: 14 Great Wonders Of Strawberries You Never Knew Of >>>  

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http://www.naturaltherapypages.com.au/
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7 comments :

  1. Have always loved paw paw.So many benefits.

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  2. Loved the great benefits of pawpaw outlined here, will have to look into eating more of it now and also other fruits too.

    Great post, inspired to eat more fruits. .

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  3. Wow. Didn't know all of these before. Can't even remember the last time I ate papaya.

    Paw paw is a kind of food, la la la. Sweet like sugar, yellow like fanta, everybody like paw paw. Paw paw!!
    Chidinma like paw paw. Paw paw!!
    Antthonia like paw paw. Paw Paw.
    Paul like Paw paw. Paw paw!
    Lol. Lmao.

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    1. I am glad you have been inspired to eat more of it dear.

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  4. Please,which is the best to eat? Ripe, fairly ripe, or unripe?????????

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