10 Remarkable Cauliflower Health Benefits Remedy – Pentaglax Home Remedies

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Cauliflower is believed to originate from asia around the meditteranean sea.

Cauliflower is a low carb diet which is very popular and can be a substitute of high carb foods such as rice and pasta.

Cauliflower is a highly nutritious food that is packed with a variety of health benefits that we are going to figure out in this article.

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Nutritional Composition

Calories27
Carbs5.2g
Fat0.3g
Sodium32mg
Fiber2.1g
Sugars2g
Protein2.1g
Vitamin C51.6mg
Vitamin B60.2mg
Magnesium16mg

Health Benefits

  1. 1. Hypertension
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Cauliflower contains glucoraphanin and sulforaphane, compounds that have antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties thus protecting your body from oxidative stress.

The fiber and omega-3 fatty acids present in cauliflower may also protect your arteries from hardening.

Moreover, cauliflower also contain certain compounds that act the same way as hypertension medications by showing angiotensin-converting-enzyme inhibitory activity

2. Immunity

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The vitamin C present in cauliflower may aid in protecting you from infections and strengthening your defense mechanism.

Cauliflower is also rich in antioxidants and other nutrients which may strengthen your immune system.

3. Hair growth

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Cauliflower contains abudant amounts of sulfur-containing amino acids which are known to promote hair growth.

The presence of silicon in cauliflower may also promote hair growth and shiny hair.

4. Bone health

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Vitamin C, a compound present in cauliflower prevents the bones and joints from inflammatory damage by promoting the production of collagen. Studies have also associated Vitamin C with increased bone density thus protecting you from rheumatoid arthritis.

Futhermore, cauliflower contains adequate amounts of vitamin K which is known promoting calcium absorption by your body thus inhibiting bone loss.

5. Haemoglobin

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The vitamin C found in cauliflower enhances the absorption of iron, which aids in the production of haemoglobin in your body.

6. Stomach disorders

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Cauliflower is possibly rich in glucosinolate, glucoraphanin and sulforaphane, compounds that have been proven by research to protect the stomach lining from infections such as helicobacter pylori.

It contains fiber which is well known for promoting digestion and elimination of toxins from your body.

Moreover, isothiocyanates, naturally occuring small molecules present in cauliflower may protect you from abdominal disoders such as stomach ulcers and other gastric diseases.

7. Cancer

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Research has shown that brassica vegetables such as cauliflower may aid in breast cancer since they promote cell proliferation.

Cauliflower also contains a substance known as indole-3-carbinol which may help in inhibiting the growth of uterine cells due to its chemopreventive and antiestrogen effects.

8, Fetal growth

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Cauliflower contains folate which promotes a healthy neural developement of the baby in pregnant women.

9. Diabetes

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Studies have shown that the low serum potasium present in cauliflower may aid in regulating glucose metabolism thus lowering your blood sugar.

The vitamin B6 presenty in cauliflower has also been proven by studies to promote proper glucose tolerance in gestational diabetes patients.

10. Stroke

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Cauliflower contains a compound known as alicin, which has anti-inflammatory effects that protect you from programmed cell death(apoptosis).

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