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Pomelo is getting more popular on world market

Monday, October 14th, 2013

Pomelo contains carbohydrates, vitamin B1, vitamin B2, vitamin C, vitamin P, carotene, potassium, calcium, phosphorus, citric and other nutrients. The main ingredients of pomelo skin are naringin, hesperidin and others. Pomelo seeds contain fatty oil, obacunone, treats lactone and the others. Pomelo is very nutritious, per 100g of edible parts includes water containing 84.8 g, protein 0.7 g, fat 0.6 g, carbohydrates 12.2 g, calories 57 kcal, crude fiber 0.8 g, calcium 41 mg, phosphorus 43 mg, iron 0.9 mg, carotene 0.12 mg, 0.07 mg prime sulfate, 0.02 mg riboflavin, niacin 0.5 mg and ascorbic acid 41 mg.

Nutritional Analysis:

⒈ pomelo contains natural trace elements potassium and almost no sodium for hypertension, so it is the best diet fruit for those who suffer from cardiovascular disease and kidney disease;

⒉ pomelo contains a lot of vitamin C, it can reduce blood cholesterol;

⒊ pomelo pectin not only reduce LDL levels,but also can reduce the extent of damage to the arterial wall;

⒋ pomelo as well as enhance the effectiveness of physical fitness, it helps the body absorb into calcium and iron more easily, it contains natural folic acid for pregnant women which can prevent anemia and has the promotion of fetal development effectiveness;

⒌ fresh pomelo meat contains chromium waht acts like insulin, it can reduce blood sugar;

6, pomelo can promote wound healing, it also has a good auxiliary effect for septicemia;

7, pomelo containing a kind of physiologically active substances called skin glycosides, it can reduce blood viscosity and thrombosis, it also has a better preventive effect for cerebrovascular diseases such as cerebral thrombosis, stroke and etc..

8, pomelo can treat anorexia and indigestion, it also can help digestion.

9, pomelo is vitamin C and carotene-rich fruits, it can protect the liver and promote liver regeneration function.

Food taboos:

⒈ pomelo with the following drugs is not the same service. (1) immunosuppressants such as cyclosporine. (2) statin drugs such as lovastatin, Zocor, Lipitor; (3) calcium antagonists, such as nifedipine, nimodipine, nisoldipine; (4) stability of drugs, such as estazolam, Squeak fixed; (5) antihistamines such as terfenadine.

⒉ Women who take contraceptives should not eat. The U.S. study showed pomelo can hinder the absorption that women on the contraceptives.

3 there will be dizziness, palpitations, arrhythmias, ventricular fibrillation and other symptoms when eatting pomelo and serving allergy together.

4 pomelo contains large amounts of potassium, so kidney patients must under the guidance of a doctor to eat it.

In recent years, pomelo has a substantial growth in export. Pomelo’s main export markets in the EU,pomelo exports to the EU accounted for about ninety percent in recent years. Today, Wal-Mart, Carrefour and other large supermarket chains like to establish direct procurement pomelo base in China, and Chinese Pomelo has become one of the most popular fruits in the world.

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Do you like chestnut?

Thursday, September 19th, 2013

Chestnuts as a popular food is accepted widely in the world, but do you know the science details behind it ?

150G 20041121169143812 chestnut in bag 100G R

Chestnuts contains lots of sugar, so we need to avoid eating too much, especially for people with diabetes they must be aware not to affect the stability of blood sugar when eat it. Chestnut belongs to nuts, although unlike walnuts, hazelnuts, almonds, and etc. which have a rich oil, it contains a high level of starch. According to the study, the dried chestnut has 77% carbohydrates, and the fresh chestnuts has 40% as much , the carbohydrates level is 2.4 times than potatoes; chestnuts has the protein content of 4% to 5%, although not as good as peanuts and walnuts, but still higher than cooked rice.

 

Chestnuts contains not only a lot of starch and calories, but also rich in protein, fat, B vitamins and other nutrients. Per 100 grams of chestnuts include protein 5.7g, fat 2g, carbohydrates 40 to 45 g and starch 25g. Chestnut also contains calcium, phosphorus, iron, potassium and other salts, and carotene, B vitamins and other ingredients. Especially vitamin B1.B2 is very rich in chestnuts, and the vitamin B2 content of chestnut is at least four times as of rice. It also contains 24 mg of vitamin C per 100g.

 

It would be difficult to think, fresh chestnuts contain much more vitamin C than tomatoes. And it is also 10 times higher than apple. Chestnut also contains very comprehensive minerals , include potassium, magnesium, iron, zinc, manganese, etc.. Although the minerals in chestnut are not reach a certain high level as hazelnut and seeds, but still much higher than apples, pears and other common fruits. Especially it contains a high level of potassium, is 4 times higher than apple which as known as potassium-rich.

 

According to modern scientific research, chestnut contains unsaturated fatty acids and rich in vitamins and minerals, which can prevent hypertension, heart disease, arteriosclerosis, osteoporosis and other diseases. It is a tonic of anti-aging and longevity. Chestnut contains riboflavin, which is beneficial for oral ulcers and mouth sores of pediatric and adult with run-refractory. Chestnuts are dried fruit varieties with higher levels of carbohydrates, which can supply the body more energy and help fat metabolism. Pounding scattered the thin-skinned of chestnuts, then reconcile with honey and applied to the face, can remove the wrinkles and make the face smooth.

 

Although the nutritional value of chestnuts is high, people also need to eat it properly. Preferably make chestnuts as a snack between meals, or eat it in the food. You should better not eat a lot after meal, because the chestnut has a lot of starch and it’s more easily to excessive intake of calories, and this is not conducive to maintaining body weight.

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