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Physicians: the use of persimmons protects against cancer

Persimmon contains vitamins A, beta-carotene, E, and other antioxidants, so that its orange fruit is considered a “natural medicine”, which helps the body fight inflammation and resist cancer.

The experts told about the useful properties of persimmons in an interview with KitchenMag culinary portal. In particular, experts noted that a persimmon rich in vitamins and minerals (vitamins B, C, potassium, iron, iodine) effectively strengthens immunity. The use of persimmons activates and increases the protective functions of the body in its fight against infections and viruses.

Also, persimmon fruits benefit digestion: according to experts, the pulp and skin of persimmons contain a lot of dietary fiber, pectin, and fiber. This property turns persimmon not only in the recommended for improving digestion but also in a dietary product. Moreover, the caloric content of persimmon is rather low – 80 kilocalories per 100 grams.

By the way, thanks to the regular use of persimmons, you can become slimmer not only because the activation of the digestive processes will quickly leave excess fat. The pulp of orange fruits, as experts explained, acts as a diuretic, that is, it contributes to a more active removal of fluid from the body and getting rid of puffiness.

In addition, persimmon is a valuable source of potassium, the main microelement for the normal operation of the cardiovascular system.

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