Allow me to introduce to you Pumpkin, the Queen of Vegetables. Its popularity has been growing dramatically for some time, and not only because of Halloween, the holiday over which it reigns indisputably. Pumpkin becomes a favorite owing to newly discovered wholesome properties of its pulp, seeds and skin.
For Halloween pumpkins are turned into lanterns with holes cut out for noses, eyes and mouths, intended to scare off ghosts and goblins. But it appears that the pumpkin’s skin repels not only mythical creatures – it contains compounds that can cause veritable panic in germs, inhibit mycotic infections and diseases. Can read about this here – Pumpkin Skin Helps against Fungous Diseases
These compounds found in the pumpkin can replace or at least lessen daily insulin injections to a significant extent. As recent studies show, pumpkin extract assists regeneration of damaged pancreas tissues. Pumpkin Fights Diabetes
Pumpkin seeds are a natural source of the irreplaceable arginine acid that improves all metabolic processes. Pumpkin seeds as wholesome food
There is no doubt that pumpkin is extremely salubrious, and it ought to be included as much as possible in diets for adults and children alike.