The health benefits of sweet granadilla consumption

The sweet granadilla is a fruit with health benefits that very few people know about today. Not for nothing is it called "the children's fruit", since it has nutrients that stimulate physical and mental growth; helps alleviate digestive health issues, because it doesn't irritate the stomach; relieves thirst, thanks to its high water content; and it helps sleep thanks to its relaxing properties.

The sweet granadilla also contains a lot of potassium, calcium, phosphorus, iron and fiber, as well as proteins and carbohydrates. Moreover, it is rich in vitamins A, B1, B2, B3, B9, C, E, K and provitamin A.

Many experts consider this fruit a true natural tranquilizer. Doctors often recommend sweet granadilla to avoid suffering from nerves, as well as to relieve insomnia thanks to its sedative properties.

Consuming this fruit regularly contributes to a better health of the digestive system, thanks to the fact that it is a great source of fiber and antioxidants, which also help cleanse the blood of cholesterol.

Sweet granadilla is also good for your cardiovascular health, since its many proteins and vitamins help regulate the heart rate and control blood pressure, thereby significantly reducing the risk of suffering from coronary heart disease.

Eating sweet granadilla regularly helps the body produce red blood cells, white blood cells and platelets. Thanks to the iron, potassium, phosphorus and vitamin B that this fruit contains, the production of these blood cells increases, preventing conditions such as anemia.

Its vitamins and antioxidants facilitate the correct functioning of the urinary and intestinal system. Sweet granadilla is usually recommended to treat kidney stones and other kidney conditions. Furthermore, the fruit is very effective as a laxative and digestive stimulant, so it is recommended for people with constipation.

Thanks to its high vitamin A content, sweet granadilla is recommended to maintain or improve one's visual health. The vitamin responsible for this task is rhodospina, which helps prevent eye cells from deteriorating.

Source: bolivia.com


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