Anyone who has had the displeasure of experiencing it will agree it can be a real damper, especially if it is an everyday thing. Tummy troubles are the worst. No one likes a bloated and strained stomach, and that’s what constipation does to you.
They are more than just their delicious flavor though, papayas. They are touted to be one of the most power-packed of fruits, health-wise, and this perhaps explains why they have grown in popularity over the last couple of years. No part of this humble fruit goes to waste – ripe or not – including the leaves and seeds.
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For centuries, papaya, also known as the pawpaw (Carica papaya), has been a crucial ingredient in natural healing. It has also been part of the staple diet of many indigenous peoples.
Papayas are known for their long list of health benefits. They have a variety of vitamins, minerals, and other nutrients. They are especially known for how they help with digestion.
What is not commonly known is that unripe (or green) papayas also have health benefits. Here are some of the reasons why green papayas are good for your health.
Water is essential for health since it constitutes more than 70% of our body weight. It keeps the body hydrated, it helps keep body cells clean, and it keeps things soft as they move through the digestive system and out of the back door.
Dehydration can cause slow movement in the gut which keeps toxins in the body longer than needed. Therefore, drinking water is a must but can any water do?
The answer is no. Not all water is created equal.