The benefits and harms of pumpkin, to whom the pumpkin is contraindicated | 74.ru

September 26, 2021 by archyde

At the same time, not only pumpkin pulp is useful. Pumpkin seeds, for example, in an amount of 30 grams, fill up to 70% of the daily requirement for zinc. They are rich in vitamins A and E, which help maintain youthful skin, healthy nails and hair. Thanks to a sufficient amount of fiber, they normalize metabolism, help to dull hunger and lose weight. Bad mood? You can also safely pick up a plate of pumpkin seeds and eat.

– They contain magnesium, which helps to improve mood and sleep. In addition, they are rich in manganese, copper and iron, – lists the curator of the museum of the history of fruit gardening Gennady Korolenko. – Manganese is involved in collagen production and promotes healthy skin and bones. Iron and copper are responsible for energy production. Also, pumpkin seeds help prevent cancer and are useful for men – they prevent prostatitis and prostate cancer.

A pumpkin cannot harm a healthy person. Unless, due to too frequent use, bloating and problems with stools may appear. But the same can be said about almost all vegetables. It happens that excessive consumption of pumpkin leads to false carotene jaundice (the skin turns yellow due to carotene in the pumpkin). In all these cases, there is only one way out: you just need to slow down a little, and everything will be restored. Occasionally there are individual intolerances and allergies, in this case it is better to refuse the product altogether. But to eat enough pumpkins to go to the hospital – medical history knows no such precedents. But there are certain contraindications.

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Natasha Kumar

By Natasha Kumar

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