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Secrets of the pumpkin
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Image by HealthGauge
Each year innocent pumpkins are needlessly carved into macabre jack o’lanterns and then lain to waste. But this needn’t be the case, as under their orange surface pumpkins hide a number of health benefits.

A pumpkin gourd is a plant of the family Cucurbitaceae and relative of the squash, cucumbers and melon. Its orange colour gives away a number of clues as to the types of nutritens hidden within. They include,

- Alpha and Beta Carotene: Carotene is what gives the pumpkin its orange colour. It also helps the body to generate Vitamin-A which supports a number of health aspects including vision, skin, the immune system and also acts as an antioxidant. Over-consumption however can result in orange skin or even more serious side effects.
- Lutein: It is believed that lutein may help the body to deal with absorbing blue light through the skin, and can protect the eyes from the the damaging free radicals it produces. Evidence has shown that those with a higher lutein intake are at a lower risk of conditions like cataracts in later life. In excessive amounts it can also result in a bronzing of the skin.
- Protein, magnesium, copper, zinc and fatty acids: All of these are contained in the pumpkin seed and have a number of positive health benefits whilst also serving as a tasty snack option.
- Phytochemicals: Research has shown that these chemicals can help to reduce cholesterol and glucose levels in the body and may also having the potential to affect diseases such as cancer, stroke or metabolic syndrome.

Pumpkins also provide an easily digested starchy carbohydrate. So this Halloween, rather than filling up on trick or treat candy, eat your jack o’lantern instead (minus the candle of course).

www.healthgauge.com/read/secrets-of-the-pumpkin/

Bankrout Time
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Image by Nwardez
Les lois ne sont pas faites pour défendre les individus contre l’Etat, mais pour défendre l’Etat contre les individus. [Molotov]

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