Tuesday, 13 October 2015

Brinjal health secretes

Brinjal health secretes 


Brinjal, the king of vegetables, is very high on its sustence. It has less or no calories in it, but it is highly fibrous in nature. It has the ability to burn unwanted cholesterol from the body, helping in weight loss and also it has the capacity to prevent cancer, prevent heart disease, control blood pressure, well for diabetic patients, to give a natural glow to the skin and brinjals are also effective of preventing brain damage. Brinjals contain medical properties and loads of potassium, vitamin B-6 and antioxidants with the right content of fiber. Helpful in controlling high blood pressure, the brinjal also have vitamin C which boots immunity.

Eggplants are an excellent source of dietary fiber and very good source of vitamins B1, B6 & potassium. It has been used as a cholesterol lowering agent & helps protects the lipids or fats of our brain cell membranes, nasunin, an anthocyanin from eggplant peels, is a potent antioxidant &free radical scavenger as well as an angiogenesis inhibitor, might be useful in preventing angiogenesis-related diseases such as cancer, diabetic blindness, rheumatoid arthritis & psoriasis.   

Health benefits of Brinjal
Eating soft brinjal after baking it on fire and with raw sugar on empty stomach in the morning and cures the enlarged spleem due to malaria.
It is very effective to when used externally in a fat or oil-based preparation to relieve haemorrhoid discomfort.
Brinjal contains phytonutrients which keep cell membranes protected from any kind of damage and facilities the message transfer from one part to another, thus preserving the memory function.
In case you are unable to fall sleep easily, eat a soft brinjal (along with some honey) after baking it directly over fire. If you taken regularly, it may also cure insomnia people are suffering from chronic constipation can get relief by consuming brinjal in their daily diet.
The peel (deep blue/purple verities) of it has significant amounts of phenolic flavonoid phyto-chemicals called anthocyanins. Scientific studies have shown that these anti oxidants have potential health effects against cancer, aging, inflammation, and neurological diseases.
Research studies conducted at the institute of biology of Sao Paulo State University, Brazil suggested that brinjal is effective to control high blood cholesterol.
The use of brinjal destroys the stones in its initial stage and soup made up of brinjal and tomato increases the appetite and helps for digestion.
Eating eggplants roasted on fire after putting some salt into it cures excessive phlegm and wind humor of the body.
It is an anti-diabetic and to keep a check on diabetes. The eggplant has good amounts of vitamin C which make it an effective anti-viral and anti-bacterial source.
High levels of pesticide residues are present in a large number of vegetables that we eat daily, Bt brinjal will offer consumers fruits with almost no or significantly reduced level of pesticide residues, well within the prescribed MRL.
It is expected that Bt brinjal may improve marketable yield manifold resulting in availability of more brinjal in the market at affordable price. Krishna and Qaim (2007) predicted a 15% decrease in market price of brinjal at maximum technology adoption.

Nutritional benefits
Fiber, vitamin C, Chlorogenic acid, Nasunin, magnesium, potassium, vitamin A & beta carotene, vitamin B, phosphorus, calcium, folate.

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