You certainly have eaten zucchini before, right?
In today's video, you will learn how to make a juice to treat and alleviate the symptoms of urinary tract infection, bladder inflammation, or prostate gland enlargement in men over 50 years old.
A well-known vegetable, whose scientific name is Cucurbita Pepo L., zucchini is a summer squash that lives for around a year and has beautiful yellow flowers.
Originally from the American continent and a member of the same family as watermelon, melon, cucumber and pumpkin, zucchini is cited as a food that prevents and treats many diseases, according to the Islamic and traditional Iranian medicines.
But, did you know that zucchinis have many benefits to health? According to books and papers, it helps treat and prevent many diseases, such as diabetes, anemia, and skin, brain, and parasitic diseases.
Zucchini has vitamins A, B1, B2, B3, B6, and C, magnesium, calcium, copper, phosphorus, and potassium.
It also contains fiber and,has anti-inflammatory properties that help treat osteoarthritis, arthritis, and arthrosis;
Has folate, which helps reduce the homocysteine that can cause heart attacks and strokes;
Is rich in beta carotene, which protects the colon cells and prevents intestinal diseases;
Helps with memory, preventing dementia, Alzheimer's, and other neurological diseases;
Improves the mood by stimulating the hormones dopamine and serotonin, which contribute to reducing anxiety, stress, and fatigue;
Improves the digestive system and liver, and, thanks to its antioxidants, also helps prevent premature aging.
Learn how to make a zucchini juice to reduce bladder inflammation and prostate enlargement.
If you have any of these symptoms, try this recipe and share your opinions with us.
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