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Benefits of Pumpkins
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Pumpkin
History
Nutritional Benefits
Anti inflammatory effect
Asthma
Atherosclerosis
Bone health
Heart Healthy Magnesium
Zinc for Immune Support
Plant Based Omega 3 Fats
Prostate Health
Anti Diabetic Effects
andBenefits for Postmenopausal Women
Heart and Liver Health
Tryptophan for Restful Sleep
Anti Inflammatory Benefits
andBest Way to Consume Pumpkin Seeds
Low Calorie While Helping Fill You Up
Source of Healthy Fats
Rich in Beta Carotene
Reducing Beta Cryptoxanthin
Provides 500mg Of Potassium
Cholesterol
Depression
Dietary fiber
Diuretics
Eyesight and vision
Immune system
Kidney stones prevent
Parasites
Peptic ulcers
Prostate cancer
Skin
Consumption Tips
pumpkin juice
Caution
How to make Pumpkin Juice
Pumpkin Juice for Health
gall bladder problems
andPrevents Arteriosclerosis
andAids Digestionand Cures Constipation
Aids Proper Functioning of Kidneyand Urinary System
Good Sedative Benefits
Lowers High Blood Pressure Risksand Reduces Cholesterol
Excellent Cooling Agent
Relieves Morning Sickness
andHeals Viral Hepatitis Aand Reactivates Liver Function
Boosts Immunity
Maintains Healthyand Beautiful Skin
Effective in Healing Burns, Bitesand Inflammation
Used in Anti Wrinkleand Hydrating Creams
Promotes Hair Regrowth
Moisturizes Dryand Damaged Hair
Method
Digestive System
Disease Prevention
Eating Pumpkin Puree
INSTRUCTIONS
NUTRITIONAL INFORMATION
Antioxidant Support
Mineral Support
special source of the mineral zinc
Antimicrobial Benefits
Cancer Related Benefits
Possible Benefits for Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia
How to Select
Store
Tips for Preparing Pumpkin Seeds
Individual Concerns
Nutritional Profile
In Depth Nutritional Profile
seeds improves with age
helps with good sleep and lowering depression
natural protector against osteoporosi
excellent source of vitamin B
natural treatment for tapeworms
WHIP UP SOME PUMPKIN PUR
MAKE A PUMPKIN PLANTER
USE THOSE GUTS
andGET PUMPKIN PRETTY
CREATE A CLASSIC PUMPKIN SEED DISH
FEED THE WILDLIFE
MAKE A POST HALLOWEEN TREAT
MIX UP A PUMPKIN COCKTAIL
HAVE PUMPKIN BUTTER WITH BREAKFAST
Hair Conditioner
Body Moisturizer
Facial Mask
Facial Peel
Exfoliating Scrub

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  • Basic, health-giving foods.

    The basic health-giving foods are all of plant origin: seeds and nuts, vegetables, and fruit. They should be supplemented with certain special foods such as milk, vegetable oils and honey. Milk is an excellent food. It is considered as " Nature's most nearly perfect food." The best way to take milk is in its soured form - that is, yoghurt and cottage cheese. Soured milk is superior to sweet milk as it is in a pre-digested form and more easily assimilated. Milk helps maintain a healthy intestinal flora and prevents intestinal putrefaction and constipation. High quality unrefined oils should be added to the diet. They are rich in unsaturated fatty acids, vitamin C and F and lecithin. The average daily amount should not exceed two tablespoons. Honey too is an ideal food. It helps increase calcium retention in the system, prevents nutritional anaemia besides being beneficial in kidney and liver disorders, colds, poor circulation and complexion problems. It is one of the nature's finest energy-giving food. A diet of the three basic food groups, supplemented with the special foods, mentioned above, will ensure a complete and adequate supply of all the vital nutrients needed for health, vitality and prevention of diseases. It is not necessary to include animal protein like egg, fish or meat in this basic diet, as animal protein, especially meat, always has a detrimental effect on the healing process. A high animal protein is harmful to health and may cause many of our common ailments.
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