3 vegetables to eat 3 times a week! What miracles happen in the body!

Okra

Okra

Children don’t eat mung beans because they think it’s smooth. But it can solve many problems in the body, not just brain development.

Calories in 100 grams of mung bean are just 33 calories! But the amount of water in it is almost 89.6 grams. It is also rich in fiber. The same amount of mung beans has 3.2 grams of fiber.

It is also an excellent pre-biotic food due to its high fiber content. It is also high in folate. These prebiotic properties stimulate the good bacteria in the colon. It also increases the production of B-complex in the body.

Especially women should take more amaranth during pregnancy. It prevents birth defects in children.

Fenugreek has the ability to prevent factors that cause stomach ulcers and keep blood sugar levels and blood pressure under control.

Constipation can be prevented by taking fenugreek 2-3 times a week. In addition, the pectin and lectin molecules in it prevent the growth of cancer cells and attack and destroy them, thus preventing breast cancer.

Parangikai (A) Yellow pumpkin

Parangikai (A) Yellow pumpkin

Another vegetable that should be consumed at least 3 days a week is yellow pumpkin.

There are only 26 calories in 100 grams of Parangikai. But 92 grams is full of water content. It also has 340 mg. It is similar to banana.

It can be said that this pumpkin, which is high in potassium, is the best medicine for keeping blood pressure stable.

And both alpha-carotene and beta-carotene are high in it. Both are powerful antioxidants. The reason for its yellow color is the beta-carotene in it. This is converted into vitamin A in the body. It is very good for the health of our eyes.

Lutein and zeaxanthin, two molecules in it, have the ability to prevent cataracts.

Also, the vitamin C and polyphenyls in parangikaka have antimicrobial properties that work wonders for the immune system, inhibiting the growth of cancer cells, and increasing collagen production. Eat its seeds along with it.

Gourd

Gourd

We think of cantaloupe as a fruit eaten by diabetics. Many people run away from the sight of cantaloupe even after they become adults because they don’t get used to this fruit in their childhood. But there are many miracles in it.

There are only 17 calories in 100 grams of cantaloupe. It contains 94 grams of water content. It also has 296 milligrams of potassium.

100 grams of cantaloupe contains the same amount of potassium as 100 grams of banana. But keep in mind that bananas contain 12 grams of sugar.

84 mg of vitamin C is rich in vitamin C. First of all we say orange fruit. But there is more to cantaloupe than that. 100 grams of oranges contain only 53 milligrams of vitamin C.

Recent studies indicate that consuming this cantaloupe can prevent oral cancer.

Cantaloupe has anti-diabetic properties. It transports glucose to cells and muscles and stimulates insulin production. So it comes under control when taken along with medicines.

Who should not take it?

Who should not take it?

Pregnant women should not take cantaloupe during pregnancy and breastfeeding.

Diabetic patients should not take it as a substitute for medicines. It can be taken as an adjunct to the medicine.

Recently many people are consuming cantaloupe juice. Don’t eat like that. The best way to eat cantaloupe is to cook it.

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