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Many diseases occur because of an inappropriate nutrition.
A proper nutrition supports the body to recover faster, also to prevent, treat and cure certain diseases.
Also, a balanced diet supports a prolong life.
Each of us is unique, so energy levels, proteins, lipids, fibers and carbohydrates in food should be adjusted taking account to your lifestyle, body, and medical history.
One of the healthy foods is Capers, a spice used in Mediterranean cuisine.
In antiquity, the Greeks utilized them as a medicine.
The Romans used it as aphrodisiac, and in the Middle Ages, infusions of capers were considered a slight tonic.
These aromatic buds are full of phytonutrients, antioxidants and vitamins being one of the excellent sources of quercetin and Rutin, two Bioflavonoids with effective antioxidant action.
Quercetin can be found in larger quantities only in tea leaves and have the anti-bacterial, anti-cancer, analgesic and anti-inflammatory properties. 8.6 grams of capers contain 13.76 milligrams of Rutin, a bioflavonoid with the notable antioxidant properties.
This bioflavonoid strengthens the capillaries, helping the proper functioning of the circulatory system, and has effect of reducing the Low-density lipoprotein cholesterol.
Capers are also, good sources of vitamin A, C, E, K, niacin and riboflavin. Moreover, these buds contain minerals: calcium, iron, copper and potassium.
Capers contain very few calories, about 21 to 23 calories per 100 grams, therefore are indicated for people who want to lose weight.
The contain of protein arginine from capers is excellent for the development of children growing.
Capers, additionally, are used to treat rheumatism, regulate appetite and reduce flatulence, to maintain optimal blood sugar levels, to decongest the airways and reduce seizures.
In beauty care capers exert a beneficial effect in hydrating and slowing the skin’s aging process.
Due to the antioxidant effect capers helps to treat pimps and skin irritations.
Crushed capers applied to the skin moisturize in depth, treating redness, irritations and blackheads.
In addition, capers stimulate the hair growth, because of their significant content of vitamin B and iron. Consumption of capers helps to reduce bloating.
These buds also, possess anti-rheumatic properties and can help to liver function.
To benefit from all these extraordinary capers’ properties, all you have to do is to include them in your daily diet.
One healthy recipe since the Byzantine Empire is cream of capers.
This cream of capers is served on bread as aperitif or as sauce for salads.
For preparing this cream you need a spoonful of capers, 1-2 tablespoons olive oil, a little vinegar and honey or the favorite sweetener to taste.
Add the ingredients to the blender bowl and mix for 1 minute.
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