Brinjal Seeds for Planting Home Garden
Eggplant (Solanum melongena) is also called brinjal or aubergine. It hails from the nightshade family of plants. It is rich in fibre and low in calories. Eggplant is available in different colours, sizes, and varieties. Brinjal is one of the most common and popular vegetable crops grown in Northeast India. It can be grown in almost all parts of this region around the year except in high altitudes. This vegetable (technically a fruit) also contains vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants that help promote heart health, control blood sugar levels, reduce cancer risk, improve cognitive function, and aid weight loss.100% Organic and Eco-friendly packed. Cultivate your own farm in your home and be healthy.
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The eggplant, or aubergine, provides fiber and a range of nutrients. This low-calorie vegetable features in the Mediterranean diet. Brinjal is one of the most common tropical vegetables grown in India. It is known by different names like Begun (Bengali), ringing (Gujarathi), baingan ( Hindi), badane (Kannada), waangum (Kashmiri), vange ( Marathi), baigan (Oriya), Vashuthana ( Malayalam), Kathiri (Tamil), venkaya (Telugu) and Peethabhala (Sanskrit). Fruits are moderate sources of vitamins and minerals like phosphorous, calcium, and iron and nutritive value varies from variety to variety.
Nutritive Value Of Brinjal :
Overview of the nutrients found in 1 cup(82 gms),
- Energy: 20.5 kcal
- Water: 75.7 g
- Protein: 0.8 g
- Carbohydrate: 4.82 g
- Fiber: 2.46 g
- Iron: 0.189 g
- Folate: 18 μg
- Manganese: 0.19 mg
- Potassium:188 mg
- Vitamin K: 2.87 μg
Health Benefits of Brinjal :
Promotes Heart Health
Eggplants are said to possess antioxidant properties that may help promote heart health. A study conducted by the University of Connecticut School of Medicine found that raw and cooked eggplant had cardioprotective properties. Nasunin, a polyphenolic component in eggplant, is beneficial for the heart.
Controls Blood Sugar Levels
Eggplant is a rich source of fiber and low in soluble carbohydrates. It can help regulate blood sugar levels and control the absorption of glucose. In vitro studies of eggplant found that the phenolics in this vegetable act as inhibitors of enzymes involved with type 2 diabetes.
Reduce Cancer Risk
Extracts found in the eggplant peel are rich in solasodine rhamnosyl glycosides (SRGs). These compounds have cancer-fighting properties and may help treat skin cancer. A study conducted by Australasian Medical Research found that the SRGs may induce cancer cell death.
May Improve Cognitive Function
The phytonutrients in eggplants may protect the brain cell membranes from damage. They can also facilitate message transfer from one cell to another, thus preserving the memory function. Free radicals in the brain may be responsible for neural degeneration, Alzheimer’s, and dementia. Nasunin, the potent antioxidant in eggplant peels, may inhibit neural issues by scavenging these free radicals. This improves brain function and reduces the risk of neural ailments.
Eggplant has high water content and is low in calories. This makes it ideal for people who want to reduce weight. The spongy texture of the vegetable facilitates these characteristics. Hence, you must consume eggplant in its natural form as much as possible. The vegetable also has a high fiber content. The fiber keeps you satiated and may help with weight loss.
Promote Eye Health
Eggplant is rich in lutein. The antioxidant may prevent age-related macular degeneration, which is the main cause of blindness and vision impairment. More long-term research is needed to understand the potential vision-protective effects of eggplant in humans.
Enhance Bone Health
Eggplant may help improve bone mineral density and reduce the risk of osteoporosis. This vegetable contains nutrients like calcium, magnesium, and potassium that help promote bone strength.
May Help Treat Anemia
Iron deficiency is one of the root causes of anemia, which has symptoms such as headaches, weakness, and difficulty concentrating. Therefore, doctors suggest a diet rich in iron to combat anemia. Eggplant contains around 0.2 mg of iron per 100 grams. This nutritional vegetable is also rich in copper (about 0.173 mg in 100 grams) (17). These two minerals work together effectively to aid the proper production and distribution of RBCs, thus boosting energy and hemoglobin levels.
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