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Sunday, 18 April 2021

Knowing this, no one will miss it in the summer – our health

Jackfruit is a fruit found in many parts of Asia. This huge fruit is popular for its delicious, sweet taste and various health benefits.

However, the fruits you eat are not the only ones – jackfruit may contain 100–500 edible and nutritious seeds

Despite their beneficial nutrients, seeds are usually discarded.

Jackfruit seeds are nutritious

Compared to other tropical fruit seeds, jackfruit seeds are packed with very important nutrients.

They are high in carbs (carbohydrates), protein, vitamins, minerals and antioxidants.

1-ounces (28-gram) of nutrients provided by jackfruit seeds

  • Calories: 53
  • Carbohydrates: 11 grams
  • Protein: 2 grams
  • Fat: 0 grams
  • Fiber: 0.5 grams

These seeds are high in two B vitamins namely thiamine and riboflavin. Both help provide energy to your body, as well as perform other important functions.

Furthermore, pineapple seeds provide fiber and resistant starch, both of which are not easily digested by your body and serve as food for your beneficial gut bacteria.

Fiber and resistant starch have been linked to a number of powerful health benefits, including appetite control, lower blood sugar levels and improved digestion and insulin sensitivity.

Pineapple seeds are also used in traditional Chinese medicine as an aphrodisiac and in other creams as a treatment for digestive problems. It has been found that regular eaters may have other supportive symptoms.

Has anti-microbial effects

In traditional medicine, pineapple seeds are sometimes used to relieve diarrhea.

In fact, pineapple seeds have antibacterial effects. The surface of the palm seeds is covered with tiny cells that act as antibacterial agents that have tested these cells against common bacteria such as E. coli and concluded that jackfruit seeds have the potential to develop into therapeutic agents for the prevention of food-borne diseases.

May have anticancer properties

Suggest that pineapple seeds may have many anticancer properties. Watch this video for a recipe with palm which contains so many nutrients.

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