Zucchini season is in full swing, so be aware of their use does not hurt anyone.
Courgettes, like cucumbers, is virtually composed of water. Also, they have beneficial fiber, vitamins and minerals. In fact, so doctors recommend to include them in their summer diet on a permanent basis, writes sobkor.net. If it is possible to freeze zucchini for the winter, then do not waste time and join it now, as this vegetable will bring the most use in the winter months and off season.
Weight loss expensive diet
Many did not know that zucchini does not contain harmful cholesterol, and calorie content per 100 grams is only 17 calories. In this case, the zucchini contains proteins and carbohydrates, and even fats, however, only 0.1 g saturated, 0.1 g polyunsaturated fatty acids per 100 g of product. Even though the presence of sugar in the tavern, he remains a mega-helpful in weight loss.
Nutritionists recommend eating zucchini in boiled, steamed or baked. Then extra pounds and inches around the waist will literally melt at the sight, but under the condition that during the diet people will not eat anything harmful.
Heart health and vascular system
The zucchini contains sufficient amount of potassium, which is necessary for normalization of work of heart. Plus, the lack of cholesterol in the zucchini leads to the fact that the self-cleaning vessels from cholesterol cells and toxic substances released into the blood from other foods. Those people who regularly eat zucchini, suffer less from fluctuation of blood pressure, so this vegetable must be present in your menu every day.
It turns out that zucchini is not worse than blueberries and carrots affect eyes and vision in General. All because zucchini contains a lot of vitamin A and that’s it.
A strong immune system
100 g of zucchini contains of 17.9 mg of vitamin C, which is one-third of the daily dose for an adult. It turns out that regular consumption of zucchini will strengthen immunity and protect the body from harmful viruses, bacteria, fungi and other microbes that encourage the development of serious diseases.