Amazing Health Benefits of Spinach For You

Benefits of Spinach

Benefits of Spinach

The spinach is low in fat and protein, so they are poor food energy. For this reason, they are highly recommended in slimming diets. However, infants exhibit properties as a good source of fiber. Thus, besides improving constipation, aids in reducing blood cholesterol and the speed of passage of blood sugars, and are therefore extremely beneficial in case of diabetes and cardiovascular risk.

Health Benefits:

Hair Care:
Take a bunch of fresh red spinach and wash thoroughly. Mash until you get a smooth paste. Add a teaspoon of salt and stir it evenly. Strain this and then squeeze. Drink it 2-3 times a week.

Good Eyesight:
Spinach is a rich source of beta carotene, lutein and xanthene, all of which are beneficial for eyesight. Beta carotene is supplied to the eyes by cooked spinach. It can prevent one from vitamin A deficiency disease, itching eyes, eye ulcers and dry eyes.

Cancer Fighting:
Spinach contains more than a dozen individual flavonoid compounds, which work together as cancer-fighting antioxidants. These elements neutralize free radicals in the body and thus help to prevent cancer. Less breast cancer cases among those who ate spinach on a regular basis. Spinach extracts have reduced skin cancer in lab animals and show promise at slowing stomach cancer as well.

Skin:
The high amount of vitamin A in spinach also promotes healthy skin by allowing for proper moisture retention in the epidermis, thus fighting psoriasis, keratinization, acne and even wrinkles.

Brain and Nervous Function: 
The abundance of vitamin K in spinach contributes greatly to a healthy nervous system and brain function by providing an essential part for the synthesis of sphingolipids, the crucial fat that makes up the Myelin sheath around our nerves.

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Posted on September 19, 2013, in Health and tagged , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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