Pumpkin Seed Therapeutic Effect

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Pumpkin Seeds, slightly cold, into the kidney, the liver. Pumpkin seeds contain high levels of linoleic acid, can effectively lower blood sugar, is diabetic medicine. Expert studies show that: Pumpkin and pumpkin polysaccharide protein can significantly improve insulin levels in diabetic rats, pumpkin seed oil and protein arginine may improve glucose tolerance in diabetic rats.

Prevention and improvement of prostate disease
German medical scientists found that regularly eat some pumpkin seeds in the nation, the incidence of prostate disease can drop very low. US researchers New research indicates that "every day to eat a pumpkin seeds can treat benign prostatic hyperplasia, and the second phase of the early symptoms of recovery, significantly improved the condition of the third." Studies have shown that pumpkin seed oil is rich in zinc, insufficient supplement the body, prevention of prostate disease. Pumpkin seed oil also contains a unique steroid, this steroid can effectively help prostate enlargement and debilitating.
Regulate blood sugar
Pumpkin seeds contain high levels of linoleic acid, can effectively lower blood sugar, is diabetic medicine. Expert studies show that: Pumpkin and pumpkin polysaccharide protein can significantly improve insulin levels in diabetic rats, pumpkin seed oil and protein arginine may improve glucose tolerance in diabetic rats.
Regulation of blood cholesterol and triglyceride levels, prevent atherosclerosis.
Pumpkin seed oil containing more than 60% unsaturated fatty acids and vegetable protein. It was confirmed that the unsaturated fatty acids can emulsify, blood lipid decomposition, to improve blood circulation to improve serum lipid peroxides clear, the blood cholesterol and neutral fat content decreased, the residence time reducing fat in the blood vessel wall prevent arteriosclerosis.

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