Losing weight thanks to guava, do you know yet?
Guava contains 77.9% of water, 0.9% of protein, 0.3% of lipid, 15% of carbohydrate, 0.3% of organic acid, 0.03 mg% of vitamin B1, 0.03 mg% of vitamin B2, 0.2 mg% of vitamin PP, 50 to 60 mg% of vitamin C. The sugars in guava are 58.9% fructose, 35.7% glucose, 5.3% sucrose. The main organic acids are citric acid and malic acid.
You only need to eat a small guava for breakfast or lunch, you will not feel hungry until dinner, even if you do not eat rice anymore.
- 2 green guavas
- one teaspoon of sugar
-1/2 teaspoon of salt
How to do:
-Clean up the guavas and peel off the middle grain.
-Put the guavas on fruit presses to get juice
- Add a teaspoon of sugar and ½ teaspoon of salt to a cup of guava juice and stir.
- Put ice in and ready to enjoy.
In addition to drinking guava juice, you can use a bit of fresh guavas before meals to help stop hunger and lower your food intake. This also helps to lose weight very well.
Guava juice or guava leaf tea is good for cough and cold, as well as to "clean" the respiratory system. Guava fruits contain a multitude of vitamins and iron, which helps prevent cold and other cases of virus infection.
Eating guava directly
Instead of dessert with watermelon, mango or any other fruit, you can also add guava to your dessert menu to support better weight loss. Before eating guavas, you need to soak them in salted water and peel to ensure cleanliness and avoid affecting your digestive tract.
Guava is also rich in fiber, which helps to support bowel and stomach while these parts are inflamed. Not only good for the digestive system, guava is also considered as a preventive material reducing the growth of cancer cells. According to the world's leading medical research, lycopene in guava can help prevent cancer. Guava also helps to slow down the growth of breast cancer cells in women very effectively. A 2007 study tested the anti-inflammatory effect of guava extract to regulate NFkappa levels, an enzyme that regulates the expression of certain genes.
Additionally, a study by a team of medical and biological experts in India has shown that guava leaves and shells can reduce the amount of glucose in the blood. In ripe guava, it contains very little saturated fat, cholesterol and sodium and is rich in fiber, vitamins C, A, zinc, potassium and manganese, so it has a great effect on the prevention and treatment of diabetes.
By: Oralie Smith