Have you ever eaten fig fruit? It is considered beneficial for health. Figs are known worldwide for their medicinal properties and food-enhancing properties. It is rich in vitamins-A, B, C, K and nutrients like calcium, iron, magnesium, potassium, zinc, copper, and manganese. It is a very juicy and spongy fruit. Let's know about the benefits of consuming figs ...
Figs are considered helpful in weight loss. That is why experts recommend it, especially for obese people. But it is also important to take care not to consume figs in large quantities, as it can also increase weight.
Figs are also considered beneficial for the stomach. Actually, it contains a high amount of fiber, which gives relief to constipation. It improves digestive power and removes stomach problems. Diarrhea can also be avoided with its regular intake.
Makes bones stronger
Figs are also considered beneficial for bones. It is found in an abundance of calcium, potassium, and magnesium, which are necessary for strengthening bones. Regular intake of this also prevents osteoporosis from bone disorders.
If figs are consumed regularly, it can help reduce blood pressure. Actually, it is found in plenty of fiber, which helps reduce the risk of blood pressure.
Is also beneficial for the heart
Figs are also considered beneficial for the heart. Its anti-oxidant properties eliminate free radicals formed in the body and keep the heart safe. It also contains omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids, which are also helpful in keeping the heart-healthy.
It is also helpful to increase immunity
Figs also have anti-fungal and anti-bacterial properties, which protect the body from infection and the vitamin C found in it strengthens immunity. That's why figs are also called 'immunity boosters'.
When to consume figs?
Although figs can be consumed as a light diet at any time, the best time to eat figs is considered to be in the morning. Consumption of figs in the morning is considered more beneficial for health than at night.
Note: Priya Pandey is a qualified and experienced dietician. He took the CSJM of Kanpur BSc in Human Nutrition from University Have done He has worked as a dietitian at Abha Super Specialty Hospital, Kanpur. He has also attended GSVM Medical College as a representative of the subject of nutrition lectures. He has a long experience of 8 years in this field.
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