Advantages and disadvantages of eating jaggery. Very good for many diseases Asthma including diabetes

 Benefits and disadvantages of eating jaggery: Jaggery is a panacea for these diseases including asthma, diabetes

 Jaggery is easily available in the market, there are many benefits of eating it and in winter, jaggery acts as a power booster.  Jaggery has the power to give warmth to the body, due to which it is advised to eat it in winters.  It not only regulates the temperature of the human body but also detoxifies it.  Jaggery contains Water (30-40%), Sucrose (40-60%), Sugar (15-25%), Calcium (0.30%), Iron (8.5-10mg), Phosphorus (05-10mg), Protein (0.10-100mg)  ) and vitamin B (04-100mg) besides carbohydrates (98%).  There are 38 calories in 10 grams of jaggery.

 Jaggery is made from many sources like date pulp, coconut juice etc. But sugarcane juice is most used in making it and most people use it, boil sugarcane juice and make it solid.  goes.  Jaggery is rich in vitamins and minerals.  One of the specialties of jaggery is that it can also be eaten by diabetic patients.

 Benefits of eating jaggery (Gud Khane ke Fayde)

 1. Jaggery Increase Energy

 Jaggery is also very beneficial for people who feel very tired and weak.  Jaggery gets digested quickly, it does not increase sugar and your energy level increases.  After working all day, whenever you feel tired, eat jaggery immediately, fatigue will go away in no time.

 2. Strengthen Bones

 If you are troubled by joint pain, then jaggery can prove to be very beneficial for you.  Phosphorus along with calcium present in jaggery helps in making bones strong.  Apart from this, taking ginger with a piece of regular jaggery does not cause joint pain in winter.  Elderly people will also benefit a lot by eating jaggery roti, so it would be better to consume jaggery instead of sugar in every meal.

 3.Relieve Iron Deficiency

 There are many such things, by the consumption of which iron deficiency is removed, but jaggery is such in which iron is found very much.  That is, jaggery is a major source of iron.  It is very beneficial for anemia patients.  Therefore, people suffering from anemia are advised to eat jaggery instead of sugar.  Especially for women, its consumption is very important.

 4.Keep the digestive system healthy

 Besides being delicious, jaggery has blood purifying properties.  Due to this, all the toxic substances of the body are easily removed.  Therefore, by eating jaggery, the metabolism remains fine.  Taking jaggery with a glass of water or milk regularly keeps the stomach well.  Apart from this, people with stomach gas problems should also eat a little jaggery after eating to avoid the problem, it will remove gas.


5.Cough and cold cure

 Due to the hotness of jaggery, its consumption provides great relief in cold and cough.  Avoid eating raw jaggery during cold, it should be used in tea or by making laddus.  Apart from this, if there is a problem of hoarseness due to sore throat, eating two black peppers with 50 grams of jaggery ends this problem and gives relief to the throat.

6. Beneficial for Women

 Jaggery is very beneficial for women or girls who have stomach pain during periods because it contains many vitamins and minerals.  Jaggery keeps your digestion right, so eating jaggery during periods reduces pain and helps in keeping the body warm.

 7.Generic to the skin

 Jaggery is also very good for the skin.  It helps in making your skin healthy and attractive.  Jaggery helps in removing bad toxins from the blood, which purifies the blood.  Due to which your skin becomes glowing as well as the problem of acne and wrinkles is also removed.

 8. Beneficial in Asthma

 Asthma patients are also advised to eat jaggery.  Jaggery regulates body temperature and due to its anti-allergic properties, its consumption is very beneficial for asthma patients.

 Disadvantages of eating more jaggery::

 Excessive consumption of jaggery in summer can cause nosebleeds, so it is advisable not to eat jaggery in summer.



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