Amarnath Benefits

Health Benefits of Amarnath

Hello, I am Rohit Gala. I have found the benefits of Amaranth. I wish you will get all your problem & queries solved after reading this article.

Amaranth is a tall plant with very broad leaves. Each plant produces thousands of seeds. Amaranth is an ancient grain used by the pre Columbian Aztecs and also in India. It was used in several interesting ways. The Aztecs used it to make a beer, the leaves were boiled or fried, the seeds were popped like popcorn, and the flour was used in various ways, include brutal religious ceremonies.

Amaranth flour can be used to make some different delicious and cookies. It requires the addition of other flours in order to use for making breads. It is high in iron, protein, and has three times the calcium of milk.

With the incredible health benefits of amaranth, this grain has been making its way into natural food stores and health conscious restaurants for over twenty years; ever since the National Academy of Sciences recommended it as part of a healthy, diverse diet. Versatile, easy to grow, and incredibly nutritious, amaranth seed is likely to become one of the food staples of the future. Despite its increasing popularity today, the history of amaranth goes back well into ancient times

Benefits of Amaranth:
1. Helps prevent and treat osteoporosis due to high levels of calcium, magnesium, and iron.

2. Whole grains are a great source of Folate, B vitamins, and zinc, all of which improve brain function, including memory.

3. Regular use of amaranth in our food items prevents the deficiency of vitamins A, B1, B2, and C, calcium, iron and potassium.

4. It protects against several disorders such as defective vision, respiratory infections, recurrent colds retarded growth and functional sterility.

5. Amaranth, unlike other grains, is a good source of protein, containing anywhere from 15-17% protein by weight.

6. It is also high in fiber, with three times the fiber of wheat.

7. In terms of nutrition, amaranth is loaded with vitamins and minerals. It has more than 20% of the recommended daily amount of calcium, iron, magnesium, and Folate.

8. Amaranth is also a good source of potassium, phosphorus, and Vitamin E.

9. This food is also recommended as a cholesterol lowering food, with tocotrienols and phytosterols, two natural compounds known to help the body eliminate bad cholesterol.

10. Amaranth flour can also be used in place of regular flour for baking.

11. It is rich in the amino acids lysine, methionine, and cycteine, with a higher content of lysine than any other grain.

12. It is a cholesterol-lowering food. With such a potent nutritional content, amaranth is an ideal addition to any health-conscious diet.

13. The highly nutritious seeds and leaves are the two main parts of the plant used for food.

14. The seeds can be mixed with flour and used to make bread, cookies, crackers, cereals and other items that traditionally are made from wheat flour.

15. Unlike wheat, though, amaranth seeds are gluten-free yet high in protein.

16. They are also abundant in minerals such as  magnesium.

17. The leaves are often used as a pot herb in Africa and the Caribbean and are a good source of calcium.

18. This fruit has similar functions like oats which helps in lowering the cholesterol when included as a regular part of a dietary plan.

19. Amaranth oil seems do not only benefit sufferers of hypertension and coronary heart disease but can also be used as a natural antioxidant supplement.

20. Additionally, amaranth seeds are low in saturated fats, high in fiber, and rich in the amino acid lysine.

21. Amaranth is sometimes utilized as protein-rich forage for animals such as dogs, and some varieties are believed to be drought-tolerant, making it as versatile as sorghum in this respect for farmers.

22. Many species of amaranth are used as ornamental plants.

23. Amaranth includes numerous minerals such as calcium, copper, and especially manganese.

24. Amaranth contains large amounts of protein, up to 30% more than wheat flour, rice and oats. The protein contained in amaranth is also unusually complete when compared to other plant sources, containing a complete set of amino acids.

25. Some research has even shown that grain amaranth shows promise in prevention of premature graying of the hair.

26. Amaranth has been noted to help boost the body’s immune system.

27. Grain amaranth is very palatable and is easy to cook and include in snacks and dishes. Amaranth is grown and consumed as a leafy vegetable in many countries around the world. It is commonly boiled, steamed, or included in soups and stir-frys. Cooked amaranth is 90% digestible.

28. Amaranth’s moderately high content of oxalic acid inhibits much of the absorption of calcium and zinc. It should be avoided or eaten in moderation by those with gout, kidney disorders or rheumatoid arthritis.

29. Amaranth is recommended in many diseases which includes Anemia, respiratory infections, and improves fertility.

30. Amaranth is also rich in Rutin CK which is very important for proper clotting mechanism. Hence Amaranth extracts can be given in hemorrhage conditions like piles, fistula, bleeding gums and heavy menstrual flow.

31. Applying the fresh juice of amaranth leaves helps hair to retain its color, and keeps it soft, and is a great hair-loss treatment.

32. In India, the grain is popped like corn and used like breakfast cereal, porridge, and gruel, and in sweets like laddus, or milled into flour and used to make flatbreads (chapathis).

Direct Natural Benefits on The Diseases:
1. Respiratory Disorders: Amaranth is valuable in respiratory system disorders. Drinking fresh juice along with honey is remedy for chronic bronchitis, asthma, emphysema and tuberculosis.

2. Pregnancy and Lactation: Regular use of amaranth during pregnancy and lactation is highly beneficial One cup of fresh leaf juice of amaranth mixed with honey and a pinch of cardamom powder should be taken during the entire period of pregnancy It will help the normal growth of the baby, prevent the loss of calcium and iron from the body, relax the uterine ligaments and facilitate easy delivery without much pain Its use after child birth will shorten the laying in period, check the postnatal complications, and increase the flow of breast milk.

3. Bleeding Tendencies: The use of amaranth is valuable in all bleeding tendencies. A cupful of fresh leaf juice mixed with a teaspoonful of lime juice should be taken every night in conditions like bleeding from the gums, nose, lungs, piles and excessive menstruation. It acts as a natural tonic.

4. Venereal Diseases: Amaranth is considered highly beneficial in the treatment of gonorrhea. About 25 gm's of the leaves of this vegetable should be given twice or thrice a day to the patient in Venereal Diseases.

5. Premature Ageing: The regular use of amaranth is useful in preventing premature old age It prevents the disturbance of calcium and iron metabolism which usually occurs in old age. Calcium and iron as found in amaranth and the health is maintained by its regular use from the early age, the process of ageing can be prevented.

6. Retarded Growth: Amaranth is very useful in preventing retarded growth in children. A teaspoonful of the fresh juice mixed with few drops of honey should be given once every day to infants after a fort night of the birth It will help the baby to grow healthy and strong. It will prevent constipation and ease the teething process as the baby grows.

These are some of the benefits which are helpful to generate a proper health, & there are also direct benefits of the plant which cures the diseases without any side effects.

About the Author: Rohit Gala Is Passionate about helping people till all the people are finally happy & that is why he has joined this counseling course to know people & solve their problems faster. He also likes playing games like Shot- put, javelin throw & Chess. He is a BMS Graduate in finance. He also Like to work hard until the work is done & believes in the thought “ It does not matter if you don’t know how to do a thing, but what matter is your craze & your feelings attached to that job to finish it before time.”

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