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Health benefits of papaya seeds

The important health benefits of papaya are unequivocally known to all. Like many other fruits skin of papaya is also covered encloses a number of seeds. The taste of these seeds is bitter if we accidentally bite them. But does that mean they are not supposed to be eaten? Some experts suggest that papaya seeds can be ingested, only if taken in limit. Let us check out some health benefits of papaya seeds.

Points on health benefits of papaya seeds:

  • Fights free radicals

Papaya seeds abound with antioxidants-polyphenols and flavonoids-which protect us from common infections such as cold and cough, as well as from many chronic diseases.

  • Helps in weight management

Fruit seeds are fibrous in nature, improving digestion, and to avoid obesity. The fiber also keeps the blood pressure level in a normal range that helps to keep the heart safe.

  • Glowing supple skin

Such seeds are perfect for the rejuvenation of the skin. Taking papaya seeds regularly will help preserve smooth, wrinkle-free skin and slow down the aging process.

  • Keeps gut healthy

Many reports suggest that papaya seeds produce proteolytic enzymes that destroy bacteria and parasites in the intestines, thus keeping the stomach and intestines safe.

  • Relieves menstrual pain

It is also said that the use of papaya seeds during periods is helpful in alleviating muscle cramps and pain.

  • Regulate cholesterol level

Papaya seeds are also rich in healthy monounsaturated fatty acids, particularly oleic acid (3), which is known to reduce high levels of bad cholesterol called (LDL).

  • A sure cure for dengue fever

An added advantage of the use of papaya seeds is the treatment of dengue fever.

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