Papaya is a nutritional fruit that grown in tropical regions and is also known as Pawpaws. It I a rich source of vital vitamins and minerals required for the body.  Papaya is rich in antioxidant nutrients such as carotenes, flavonoids, and vitamin C, as well as vitamin B, folate and pantothenic acid. It is also a good source of fiber and minerals such as magnesium.


Papaya is not so favorite of many people especially kids because of its slightly bitter aftertaste but once you developed likeness for this fruit you can enjoy a number of benefits:

Improves Digestion

Papaya is very beneficial for a better digestion. The papaya consists of a super digestive enzyme called papain which helps in improving the digestive system and also prevents the conversion of protein into fat.

Prevent from Cancer

Papaya consists of vital nutrients and antioxidants like beta-carotene which helps in the reduction of growing free radicals in the body. This helps in the prevention of the growth of cancer in the body.

papaya benefitsMakes Bones Strong

The bones need a lot of vital nutrients like vitamins and minerals for growth. Papaya is the rich source of vitamin K. Vitamin K helps in making the bones strong by improving the calcium absorbing capability of body.

Good for Diabetic Patients

Papaya is rich in fibers and is good in regulating the sugar level in the body. It is considered very effective for the people suffering of type 1 diabetes & type 2 diabetes. Papaya also regulates the blood sugar, lipid, and insulin levels.

Effective in Dengue

Dengue is one of the most dangerous diseases. In this the blood platelets counts reduces drastically which can cause the death of the patient. Papaya leaves juice is found to be very effective to increase the blood platelets count during the dengue infection.

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