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5 wonderful benefits of garden egg you may not know

A Garden egg is a small bulb-shaped vegetable that is widely eaten. It is commonly referred to as eggplant. The vegetable is either white or green with a slightly bitter taste. Some part of Nigeria includes garden egg in their bride list and uses it to welcome and salute elders during meetings. The majority eats garden eggs on this occasion only but do not know the health benefits of the plant. On this page, you will see the reason why you should include garden eggs in your fruit basket.

The benefit of garden eggs.

Garden egg is a good source of dietary fiber. It also contains other minerals and vitamins such as vitamin B1, Vitamin B6, niacin, manganese, magnesium, copper, potassium, and folate. They are all very essential and helps in the development of humans. Below are some of its benefit:

  • Weight loss
  • Strengthen the bones
  • Help indigestion
  • Prevent heart disease
  • Healthy eye

Weight loss

The greenish type of garden egg is very effective in weight loss. The plant contains a meager amount of carbohydrates and calories that are essential for weight management. If you are trying to lose weight then try consuming more garden eggs.

Strengthen the bones

As mentioned earlier, the garden egg contains some amount of potent minerals such as folate, manganese, vitamin K, copper, etc. this mineral promotes healthy bones, it is highly beneficial in preventing the risk of bone degradation and osteoporosis (a condition where the bones weaken to the point that it breaks easily).

Help indigestion.

Garden eggs are fibrous fruits. It aids proper bowel movement and food digestion. The fiber content present in the garden eggs helps to reduce constipation. Hence, it is considered an essential element in any balanced diet.

Prevent heart disease

Vitamin B1 deficiency leads to a cardiovascular problem, that is why foods like garden eggs that are rich in vitamins play a vital role in promoting a healthy nervous system and proper functioning of the cardiovascular. Garden eggs are rich in thiamin and niacin, both of which are needed by the body for the functioning of the heart and cellular respiration. Potassium in garden eggs regulates blood pressure.

Healthy eye

Garden egg can help prevent age-related macular degeneration which can lead to loss of vision in older people. That is the role of lutein in garden eggs, it also contains another antioxidant called zeaxanthin

Benefit of garden egg and groundnut paste

Groundnut paste popularly referred to as ose oji  is made from milled roasted groundnut with some other condiment. it is highly rich in calcium, potassium, phosphorus and B vitamins which are a whole lot of good for the human health. groundnut helps to lower the risk of heart disease and regulates glucose level in the blood. it enhances normal brain functioning and boost memory power as well. when garden egg is  consumed with groundnut paste or groundnut, it is highly nutritious.

Conclusion
It is very important to note that garden egg has an incredible health benefit especially with groundnut paste (ose oji). Studies have proved that eating garden egg can boost our overall health and well-being. it is counted among the most health plants.

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Coach Amuda

Naturopathic Doctor & Founder, Green Remedies Int’l

Coach Amuda is a Holistic Practitioner and the C.E.O of Green Remedies International, a wellness company that specializes in tackling different health challenges through Natural, Organic, and Holistic Medicines.

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