6 benefits of papaya for health according to studies | Natural Health
Papaya is a fruit of tropical origin that has numerous nutrients and antioxidants. Pay attention and we tell you all the effects that could have according to the studies.
Papaya is a fruit full of power and has more benefits than you could imagine. Some scientific studies have evaluated the effect of their nutrients and antioxidants in processes such as cancer, inflammation or aging.
In this video we tell you the 6 best benefits of papaya tested by science Do not miss it!
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Among the nutritional components of papaya we find its high content of vitamins and fiber.
Vitamin C is one of the strengths of papaya, providing an amazing 144% of the recommended daily value per serving. Which is wonderful as a stimulant of the immune system and as an antioxidant of free radicals.
Other vitamins that it includes are vitamin A (31% of the recommended daily value), which is required for healthy skin, mucous membranes and vision. In addition, it is especially effective against macular degeneration……For more watch a video in detail.
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