IF ONLY I KNEW THE BENEFIT AS A WOMEN EARLIER!
Papayas are delicious! It has a sweet taste and a buttery feel to it especially if you make smoothies out of it. For the ladies, believe it or not, do you know that papaya are considered as the number 1 fruit to eat to grow the boobie naturally? Yes, you heard it right! Papaya are good for breast growth!
What makes papaya as such is the rich nutrients and enzymes that break down the proteins to allow the body’s natural absorption of it. Vitamin A is in abundance in papaya, and it’s believed to help stimulate the secretion of estrogen and prolactin that assist in breast development. One other thing to note is that green papaya is recommended instead of the fully ripen orange-yellow ones.
Sorry guys here are our other Top 3 reasons why we should eat more papaya. Read on!
1. Rich antioxidant nutrients
Vitamin A, B, C, flavonoids, folate, pantothenic acid, potassium, and magnesium and many other minerals that help fight the free radicals.
2. Natural collagen to the skin
Papaya are packed with vitamin E and beta carotene. Vitamin E supports collagen production and beta carotene smoothes away the wrinkles.
3. Papaya is an anti-cancer food.
The rich fiber promotes bowel movement binding cancer-causing toxins to be removed from the body.
Papaya trees produce fruit year round and thus growing them makes perfect sense so that you can enjoy its benefit throughout the year!
Watch the video below while I make myself a green papaya soymilk shake!
1. For full article please reference to: Great Reasons to Eat Papaya and How to Use the Seeds, May 15, 2015, Drew Canole, Retrieved from <http://fitlife.tv/great-reasons-to-eat-papaya-and-how-to-use-the-seeds/>
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