What is useful persimmon for the female body

Novem­ber 17, 2016, 11:26 am

Per­sim­mon was tra­di­tion­al­ly present in the menu of the beau­ti­ful inhab­i­tants of the harems of the east­ern rulers. And not in vain! In addi­tion to fiber, sweet fruits con­tain a whole range of vit­a­mins, and even more antiox­i­dants than cit­rus fruits. Well, it’s time to put this beau­ty secret into prac­tice!

ripe persimmon fruits - photo


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Of the whole gamut of use­ful prop­er­ties of this mir­a­cle fruit for female beau­ty and health, we have iden­ti­fied the very best for you. So per­sim­mon:

1. Smoothes wrin­kles and slows down aging
Do you want to have a face like a baby? Skin care prod­ucts alone are not enough. No mat­ter how expen­sive the cream is, it will not help you get rid of wrin­kles if the body is defi­cient in vit­a­mins and trace ele­ments. Do not rush to run to the phar­ma­cy for mul­ti­vi­t­a­min com­plex­es, because you will find every­thing you need in fruits. Plus, they’re so deli­cious! Not only apples have anti-aging prop­er­ties, but also the “plum of the gods”, as per­sim­mons were called in ancient times. This fruit is a real pantry of health.

2. Relieves stress and improves per­for­mance
Just the sight of bright orange fruits, sim­i­lar to small suns, cheers up. And all the same set of use­ful sub­stances con­tained in per­sim­mon (espe­cial­ly B vit­a­mins) has a pos­i­tive effect on the ner­vous sys­tem and increas­es its resis­tance to exter­nal influ­ences. It also pro­vides sound sleep and improves con­cen­tra­tion. So we advise you to lean on per­sim­mon if you have an activ­i­ty asso­ci­at­ed with sig­nif­i­cant men­tal stress.

3. Sat­is­fies hunger with­out adding extra pounds
Per­sim­mon is not a high-calo­rie prod­uct, but at the same time, its sweet pulp per­fect­ly sat­is­fies hunger, so nutri­tion­ists rec­om­mend includ­ing this fruit in the diet for those peo­ple who want to lose extra pounds. It is best to eat per­sim­mons in the form of sal­ads or drinks. So, a glass of per­sim­mon smooth­ie half an hour before meals con­tributes to weight loss, and all vit­a­mins are bet­ter absorbed this way. Just remem­ber that per­sim­mons, like bananas, are not rec­om­mend­ed to eat at night, espe­cial­ly with high blood sug­ar lev­els.

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4. Improves vision
Accord­ing to sci­en­tif­ic stud­ies, reg­u­lar con­sump­tion of fruits and veg­eta­bles high in beta-carotene can improve vision. In ripe per­sim­mon fruits, there is even more beta-carotene than in car­rots! In order to sat­is­fy the body’s dai­ly need for beta-carotene, doc­tors rec­om­mend eat­ing only two per­sim­mon fruits a day.

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5. Helps beat colds
Vit­a­min C and antiox­i­dants, which are so rich in per­sim­mon fruits, speed up recov­ery from annoy­ing colds and pre­vent the devel­op­ment of com­pli­ca­tions — bron­chi­tis and even pneu­mo­nia.

As you can see, the heal­ing prop­er­ties of this fruit are beyond doubt. Eat, stay young and don’t get sick!

Author: Every­thing will be fine
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