The earth apple (Helianthus tuberosus L.), also called gulia, topinambur or Jerusalem artichoke, belongs to the Asteraceae family, among whose very common representatives are the sunflower, daisy, chamomile, white yarrow, edelweiss and other well plant species known in Bulgaria.
In Bulgaria, gulia is not very common as a mass-cultivated plant, although it withstands any conditions and its benefits are really great. Nowadays, however, people are increasingly turning to this ...
It contains nutrients such as vitamins A, B6, C and E, iron, zinc, potassium, fiber and proteins
As we all know, lemons have numerous health benefits due to their vitamin C content, which helps strengthen the immune system and the body's ability to fight infections, as well as promote weight loss.
It also contains substances that help prevent cancer, regulate blood pressure, and are even considered indirectly beneficial for mental health by fighting stress and ...
Physalis is a genus of plants from the Potato family (Solanaceae), division Angiosperms, class Dicotyledons.
The natural side of the plant is a warm temperate and subtropical climate. The fruits are orange and resemble small tomatoes in size, shape and structure, but are partially or completely hidden in a paper-like pod that is formed from the dried flower of the plant. The color is yellowish and resembles that of Petunia. The plant is herbaceous and its height varies from 40 ...
Green bananas contain highly resistant starch that is resistant to digestive juices and has the properties of plant fiber.
Eating a banana a day can help prevent cancer. However, this only applies to unripe green bananas. The anti-cancer effect is due to the resistant starch contained in them, writes "Cancer Prevention Research", referring to the results of a British study.
Its authors, from the universities of Newcastle and Leeds, studied around 1,000 people ...
Including prunes in your diet can help protect your bones
And it is known that prunes are good for the intestines, but a study by specialists from the Pennsylvania
State University found that they also protect the bones, reported the electronic edition "Medical Express".
The study authors found that prunes may prevent or slow bone loss in postmenopausal women due to their
ability to reduce inflammation and oxidative stress that contribute to bone ...