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Importance of ‘Papaya’ in Diet

Tropical fruit Papaya is fully loaded with vitamins, antioxidants and minerals. This fully loaded beneficial fruit helps you to look young and fresh. Papaya fruit contains an enzyme called Papain that help for digestive enzyme and to break protein down into smaller protein fragments which is known for peptides and amino acids. Papaya helps to improve digestive problems, improves sugar level, helps to prevent you from diabetes, cancer and much more things on the list.


The most important benefit of Papaya is it reduces inflammation fights diseases. Papaya helps you to reduce oxidative stress if you are suffering from prediabetes, mild hypothyroidism and liver disease. Many studies have proven that people suffering Alzheimer have given fermented papaya extract that reduced in oxidative damage to DNA, aging and cancer chances.


Papaya fruit contains antioxidant Lycopene which helps to reduce risk of cancer. It has a anti-cancer properties. It is also helpful to the people who are undergoing cancer treatment. According to studies, only Papaya has the activity against breast cancer cells.


Regular and smooth digestive function is what our body needs for good health. Papaya plays effective role for constipation and irritable bowel syndrome. Moreover, Papaya leaves, seeds, roots can also be the best option to treat ulcer.




In today’s era, we people tend to follow rich diet food for healthy and glowing skin. Eating Papaya oftenly with limited proportion you can get your skin firmer and brighter never before. Vitamin C and Lycopene in Papaya helps to reduce problems like skin damage, wrinkles and sagging.


As Papaya contains lycopene and vitamin C it helps to prevent heart disease. It protects cardiovascular system, maintain cholesterol level of the body.


No doubt that Papaya is delicious in taste high nutrient, protein fruit. We can also eat Papaya as a good combination in fruit salad, dessert, smoothies, etc. Don’t forget to add this rich fruit in your diet.

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