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Friday, December 25, 2015

Amazing Health Benefits of Chayote (Vegetable Pear) for your body and beauty



Amazing Health Benefits of Chayote (Vegetable Pear) for your body and beauty

What are the Amazing Health Benefits of Chayote (mirlitons, vegetable pear, chocho, sayote, christophine) for your body and beauty

Chayote, also known as mirliton in the US, is a pear shaped light green vegetable in the gourd family. It is one of the well-recognized field vegetables in many mid-American regions and in some southern US states like California, Louisiana, and Florida. Some of the common names are mirlitons, vegetable pear, chocho, sayote, christophine,…etc.

Like the tomato, chayote squash is actually a fruit that is used as a vegetable. Pronounced "chi-OH-tay," it is small and pale green, resembling a large pear. In fact, it is also called vegetable pear, alligator pear and mango squash. Chayote is a popular ingredient in a variety of Mexican, Indian and Latin American dishes. Related to the cucumber and zucchini, chayote has a mild, somewhat sweet flavor. In season from September to May, you can find chayote in some supermarkets year-round. Chayote is low in calories and chock-full of vitamins and other nutrients.

Here are some Health Benefits of Chayote (Vegetable Pear) for your body and beauty :

1. Helps to Lose Weight
2. Prevent Babies Birth Defects
3. Helps Lower Cholesterol
4. Prevent Cancer
5. As Source Stamina
6. Prevent Aging
7. As a Source of Antioxidants
8. Treat Kidney Stones
9. Prevent Constipation
10.Lowering High Blood Pressure
11.Treat Bloating
12.Preventing Heart Disease
13.As Various Mineral Resources
14.Prevent Anemia
15.Reduce the Risk of Stroke Disease

Amazing Health Benefits of Chayote (Vegetable Pear) for your body and beauty
Important Nutrients
Several important vitamins and other nutrients can be found in chayote squash. One half-cup serving provides 17 percent of your vitamin C needs. Chayote squash also contains B complex vitamins, including 61 mcg folate and small amounts of niacin, thiamin, riboflavin, pantothenic acid and vitamin B6 in a half-cup, according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture. The B vitamins play important roles in metabolism.

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