Papaya is known as the fruit that can help facilitate the digestive system. In fact, given the health benefits of fruit flesh, peel papaya seeds is not limited to that alone.
Papaya contains ‘papain’ which can aid in digestion by breaking down proteins. Papaya is a good source of fiber, folate, vitamin A, carotenoids, lutein, lycopene and essential amino acids that affect proper cell function.
In addition, vitamin E papaya has four times as many, 33 percent more vitamin C, 50 percent more potassium and fewer calories than orange. The content of vitamin C in the fruit papaya also helps provide energy reserves and help people to get a good sleep.
A whole papaya fruit has low calories. One medium size papaya fruit length of 5 inches (12.7 cm) in diameter and 3 inches (7.6 cm) contains only 119 calories, less than 0.5 g fat, 24 g of natural sugar and 5.5 g fiber.
In addition to fruit, papaya skin is also rich in nutrients. But keep in mind, that the skin of papaya is good to eat is organic papaya skin, no chemical and pesticide residues. Papaya Skin believed effective for treating rashes and sunburn, as well as to eliminate black spots due to aging.
Papaya leaves also contribute to human health. Researchers at the University of Florida using dried papaya extract to find a dramatic effect of papaya on 10 types of tumor. Indigenous peoples in Australia have also been successfully used to control the papaya extract cancer without toxicity.
Finally, roots and seeds of papaya For centuries, roots and seeds of papaya is used to make tea, which is believed to expel parasites, reduce bleeding, renal colic and jaundice, Approximately 20 seeds of papaya contains highly digestible protein, can be chewed or swallowed to eliminate most parasites.
A study from Nigeria and published in the Journal of Medicinal Food found that dried papaya seeds is an effective treatment cheap, natural and widely available for human intestinal parasites without any significant side effects.