PAPAYA POWDER 100g: boosts digestion and prevent Arthritis

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PAPAYA POWDER 100g: boosts digestion and prevent Arthritis

€22,90
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A good source of dietary fiber, this organic Papaya powder will help you to boost digestion, prevent arthritis and stimulate hair growth. You can enjoy our powder every morning with smoothies, juices, frozen yoghurt and more!

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Delivery time: 3 to 8 days

What is Papaya?

 Christopher Columbus was known to have called papaya the “fruit of the angels”. The orange colored melon-like fruit is native to southern Mexico and Central America, but can be grown in most tropical areas. Ripe papaya is commonly used around the world to make juice or as a delicious addition to salads, salsa, or desserts. Papaya is also commonly used as a meat tenderizer, digestive enzyme, or to make chewing gum.

Papaya History

It’s believed that papaya was first grown in Southern Mexico and Central American regions, where Spanish explorers first came across the seeds and edible sweet fruit and brought them along during travels through Central America, India and other Pacific islands.

Around 1626, it’s thought that seeds were brought to Italy and then spread across Europe. Today papaya is used in many types of cuisines- it’s prevalent in pacific island dishes, Thai, Hawaiian, Indian, Malaysian, and Filipino recipes, and more. Because papaya scans the globe, it if called by many different names including the popular name “pawpaw” which is used in many European nations and across Australia.

HEALTH BENEFITS OF PAPAYA POWDER

  • Aids digestion

Papaya can help keep your digestive system healthy. Papaya is a rich source of dietary fiber, which is very good for your digestive system. In folk medicine, it was used to treat all kinds of stomach ailments, including indigestion, heartburn, acid reflux, and stomach ulcers.

 People with digestive disorders such as irritable bowel syndrome, leaky gut, or autoimmune and inflammatory bowel diseases may benefit from adding papaya powder to their diet. 

  • Prevents Arthritis

Arthritis is a painful disorder that causes inflammation in the joints.

Papaya has anti-inflammatory properties that help reduce the pain that results from arthritis. Papaya’s biggest nutritional benefit is that it is high in vitamin C

  • Stimulates Hair Growth

One of the little-known benefits of papaya. Papaya has folic acid that helps improves circulation to the hair follicles and promotes hair growth. Include papaya powder in your meals and get ready to flaunt long and healthy hair.

  • Helps Reduce Stress

We all face stress on a daily basis in different areas of our life – relationships, work, kids, etc. Having a plateful of papayas can help reduce stress. This sweet fruit contains active enzymes as well as vitamin C that help restore your energy levels.

WHAT DOES PAPAYA  TASTE LIKE?

The papaya taste has been compared to that of a mango, only less tangy. That said people have also compared the papaya taste to that of a cantaloupe or pineapple. .

HOW TO TAKE PAPAYA ?

Blend the powder with one teaspoon into beverages, smoothies and juices for a potent source of vitamin C and antioxidants.  Our powders are also used to flavor frozen yogurt and milk tea, To flavor your frozen yoghurt, we recommend adding 1 ¼ cup of powder to one gallon plain yogurt.

 Store in a cool dry place for up to 24 months. It is ok to refrigerate.

 Country of origin: China.

SIDE EFFECTS

Though there are plenty of benefits of adding papaya powder to your diet, listed below are a few points you should keep in mind before consuming papayas:

  • Pregnant and breastfeeding women should avoid consuming excessive papaya. Papaya contains unprocessed papain and high latex content that may poison the fetus, stimulate contractions, or cause congenital disabilities.
  • Papaya can also cause allergic reactions in some people, which might due to papain or the latex.
  • Those using anti-blood clotting medication should consult their doctor before having papaya as it may interact with those medicines.
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A good source of dietary fiber, this organic Papaya powder will help you to boost digestion, prevent arthritis and stimulate hair growth. You can enjoy our powder every morning with smoothies, juices, frozen yoghurt and more!

FREE SHIPPING WORLDWIDE

Delivery time: 3 to 8 days

What is Papaya?

 Christopher Columbus was known to have called papaya the “fruit of the angels”. The orange colored melon-like fruit is native to southern Mexico and Central America, but can be grown in most tropical areas. Ripe papaya is commonly used around the world to make juice or as a delicious addition to salads, salsa, or desserts. Papaya is also commonly used as a meat tenderizer, digestive enzyme, or to make chewing gum.

Papaya History

It’s believed that papaya was first grown in Southern Mexico and Central American regions, where Spanish explorers first came across the seeds and edible sweet fruit and brought them along during travels through Central America, India and other Pacific islands.

Around 1626, it’s thought that seeds were brought to Italy and then spread across Europe. Today papaya is used in many types of cuisines- it’s prevalent in pacific island dishes, Thai, Hawaiian, Indian, Malaysian, and Filipino recipes, and more. Because papaya scans the globe, it if called by many different names including the popular name “pawpaw” which is used in many European nations and across Australia.

HEALTH BENEFITS OF PAPAYA POWDER

  • Aids digestion

Papaya can help keep your digestive system healthy. Papaya is a rich source of dietary fiber, which is very good for your digestive system. In folk medicine, it was used to treat all kinds of stomach ailments, including indigestion, heartburn, acid reflux, and stomach ulcers.

 People with digestive disorders such as irritable bowel syndrome, leaky gut, or autoimmune and inflammatory bowel diseases may benefit from adding papaya powder to their diet. 

  • Prevents Arthritis

Arthritis is a painful disorder that causes inflammation in the joints.

Papaya has anti-inflammatory properties that help reduce the pain that results from arthritis. Papaya’s biggest nutritional benefit is that it is high in vitamin C

  • Stimulates Hair Growth

One of the little-known benefits of papaya. Papaya has folic acid that helps improves circulation to the hair follicles and promotes hair growth. Include papaya powder in your meals and get ready to flaunt long and healthy hair.

  • Helps Reduce Stress

We all face stress on a daily basis in different areas of our life – relationships, work, kids, etc. Having a plateful of papayas can help reduce stress. This sweet fruit contains active enzymes as well as vitamin C that help restore your energy levels.

WHAT DOES PAPAYA  TASTE LIKE?

The papaya taste has been compared to that of a mango, only less tangy. That said people have also compared the papaya taste to that of a cantaloupe or pineapple. .

HOW TO TAKE PAPAYA ?

Blend the powder with one teaspoon into beverages, smoothies and juices for a potent source of vitamin C and antioxidants.  Our powders are also used to flavor frozen yogurt and milk tea, To flavor your frozen yoghurt, we recommend adding 1 ¼ cup of powder to one gallon plain yogurt.

 Store in a cool dry place for up to 24 months. It is ok to refrigerate.

 Country of origin: China.

SIDE EFFECTS

Though there are plenty of benefits of adding papaya powder to your diet, listed below are a few points you should keep in mind before consuming papayas:

  • Pregnant and breastfeeding women should avoid consuming excessive papaya. Papaya contains unprocessed papain and high latex content that may poison the fetus, stimulate contractions, or cause congenital disabilities.
  • Papaya can also cause allergic reactions in some people, which might due to papain or the latex.
  • Those using anti-blood clotting medication should consult their doctor before having papaya as it may interact with those medicines.