Ingredient: Lime juice
Lime juice ´s history:
Due to its acidic sour flavor and unique aroma, the lime is widely used in various cuisines to accent flavor. It is very common in Mexican, Vietnamese, and Thai cuisine.
Lime is known for its ascorbic acid reserves, lime provides a lot of vitamin C. It has high water content and vitamins and minerals like magnesium and potassium, folate, vitamin A, vitamin E, and vitamin K. Another great thing about limes is that they are low in calories, carbohydrates, and fats.
Health Benefits of Garlic:
1- Fights Infections:
It can protect the body against some microbes, viruses, and bacteria, like: Helicobacter pylori (H. pylori) and Salmonella bacteria infections.
2- Aids in Digestion:
They break down the macromolecules of the food and the flavonoids stimulate the digestive system and increase the secretion of digestive juices, bile, and acids. Therefore, it helps food to move throughout the intestine. Lastly, the acid of the lime also helps clear the excretory system and the roughage in lime may aid in providing relief from constipation.
3- Manages Blood Sugar:
Lime has high levels of soluble fiber. This makes it effective in helping to regulate the body’s absorption of sugar and this helps reduce the occurrence of blood sugar spikes, which are a severe risk to diabetic patients.
Also, limes have a low glycemic index, so they will not cause any significant spikes in glucose levels. This is the reason why the American Diabetes Association considers it a superfood for diabetes.
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