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Old 05-16-2022, 02:04 PM   #1  
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Default 🥒🥒Benefit of cucumber to your health

Cucumbers have a mild, refreshing taste and are rich in water. They can help relieve dehydration and are fun to eat in hot weather. Cucumbers are delicious, but they are fruits. It is also included in some beauty products.
Cucumbers belong to the Cucurbitaceae family. Other families include different types of melons, including pumpkins and bitter melons. Cucumbers provide a variety of nutrients, but are low in calories, fat, cholesterol and sodium.
Indians have long cultivated food and medicated cucumbers and have long been part of the Mediterranean diet.
This article discusses the nutritional components of cucumbers, their potential health benefits, tips for eating and using cucumbers, and potential health risks.
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The nutritional profile of cucumbers can give them many health benefits. Hydration
Cucumber electrolytes help prevent dehydration. Cucumbers are mainly water and also contain important electrolytes. Helps prevent dehydration during hot weather and after training.
For those who don't like drinking water, adding cucumber and mint makes it even more attractive.
Hydration is important for maintaining a healthy intestine, preventing constipation, and avoiding kidney stones. Cucumber is one of the most moisturizing foods. What other foods are suitable for hydration?
2) Bone health
Vitamin K helps blood clots and may support bone health.
According to the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA), 142 grams (g) of chopped, unpeeled raw cucumber provides 10.2 micrograms (mcg) of vitamin K.
The 2015-2020 American Dietary Guidelines recommend 90 mcg per day for women over the age of 19.
120mcg for men of the same age
Cucumber also contains 19.9 milligrams (mg) of calcium. Adults require 1,000 to 1,200 mg of calcium per day, depending on gender and age.
Vitamin K helps improve calcium absorption. Together, these nutrients can contribute to good bone health.
Vitamin D is also important for bone health. 3) Cancer
Cucumber, a member of the Cucurbitaceae plant family, contains high levels of a bitters tasting nutrient known as cucurbitacin.
According to an article in the International Journal of Health Services, cucurbitacins may help prevent cancer by stopping cancer cells from reproducing.
A 133g cup of chopped cucumber with its skin also provides around 1 g of fiber. Fiber may help protect against colorectal cancer.
4) Cardiovascular health
The American Heart Association (AHA) states that fiber can help control cholesterol levels and prevent related cardiovascular problems.
A 4 ounce cup of unpeeled cucumber also provides 193 mg of potassium and 17 mg of magnesium. Dietary guidelines recommend that adults take 4,700 mg of potassium and 310-410 mg of magnesium per day, depending on gender and age.
Reducing sodium intake and increasing potassium intake may help prevent high blood pressure.
Cucurbitacin in cucumber may also help prevent atherosclerosis. 5) Diabetes
Cucumbers can play a role in the management and prevention of diabetes. Contains substances that help lower blood sugar levels and prevent blood sugar levels from becoming too high.
According to one theory, cucurbitacin in cucumber helps regulate insulin release and metabolism of hepatic glycogen, a key hormone in the processing of blood sugar levels. Cucumber skin helped treat diabetic symptoms in mice. This may be due to its antioxidant content.
Fiber, too, may help prevent and manage type 2 diabetes, according to the AHA.
Cucumbers score low score on the glycemic index (GI). This means they provide essential nutrients without adding carbohydrates that can increase blood glucose.
What kind of diet can help lose weight? Learn more here. 6. Inflammation
Cucumbers may have anti-inflammatory effects. Inflammation is a function of the immune system.
Experts believe that inflammation can help cause the development of various health conditions,
Cardiovascular disease
Diabetes mellitus
Autoimmune disease
depression
cancer
7. Skin care
Some studies suggest that cucumber nutrients may benefit skin health. Applying a slice of cucumber directly to the skin can cool and soothe the skin and reduce swelling and inflammation. You can relieve sunburn. When applied to the eyes, it can relieve swelling in the morning.
Here are some other cucumber beauty tips:
Toner: Blend the cucumbers and sift to collect the juice of natural toner. Place on skin for 30 minutes, then rinse. Cucumbers are astringent and help clear pores.
Face pack: Mix equal amounts of cucumber juice and yogurt to make a face pack that reduces dry skin and darkening.
Cucumber is safe to use on most people's skin. People should start by applying small doses. If there are no side effects, it's probably safe to use.
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During sports, I also take care of my face and whole-body skin.
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