Plums are very useful

Plums are very useful
Plums are very useful

Autumn - the season of prunes. Blue plums, apart from being delicious, are also very useful. They have quite a few healing properties, they are also known in folk medicine. Prunes contain many vitamins: B1, B2, PP, C, provitamin A, as well as minerals, trace elements: sodium, potassium, magnesium, phosphorus, iron

Plums are eaten not only fresh but also in jam, jam, compote, and dried. Dried prunes retain the composition of useful substances, but are richer in sugars and organic acids. At the same time, dried prunes have a significantly higher energy value than fresh ones - 264 cal in 100 grams

Plums are extremely useful for avitaminosis and anemia, especially for iron deficiency anemia.In case of stomach problems, bowel movements and gastrointestinal diseases, they are also an indispensable helper. They are also recommended for weight loss diets. They also have a relaxing effect, help to normalize the metabolism in the body. Prunes also have antibacterial properties and support the body's recovery processes after physical exertion or mental fatigue. According to scientists, one plum contains the same amount of antioxidants as 100 g of blueberries

Plums are also recommended as a diuretic, choleretic, hypotensive, antisclerotic, antidiabetic agent. Prune compote helps with liver, kidney and heart diseases. Prunes are useful for sclerosis.

Little known is the application of dried plums in the fight against calluses. The recipe is easy - a few prunes are pitted and boiled well in milk. While they are warm, they are placed on the callus. After several similar procedures, the callus softens and is easily cleaned with a pumice stone

Recipes with prunes:

Prune Pie

Pork roll with prunes

Autumn cake with prunes

Oatmeal and plum dessert

Leek with prunes

Boiled wheat - ashure

Plum Lutenica

Blue Milk

Baked Pancake Roll

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