I was in my garden this morning to collect the crops. Despite the fever, vegetables are growing nicely.
I decided to make a pumpkin for lunch.
Most often we use them for culinary recipes. From them you can create stuffed courgettes, grilled, cooked, fried, soups, etc. I’ll just be kidding them today.
Only recently research has shown how wonderful the pumpkin can be when it comes to key antioxidants – carotenoids.
Not only in diabetics, they also help with inflammation. They contain anti-inflammatory carotenoids and polysaccharides; Several studies have shown that they help with cardiovascular diseases and even with the digestive tract.