Video: ❶ What Are The Benefits Of Eggs And Barley?
People eat a lot of healthy foods, but they don't even know why they are so good. For example, what are eggs good for? And barley, from which such delicious cereals are obtained. Location: Location:
Eggs contain many valuable nutrients and therefore have always been an excellent dietary product. It contains 13% of animal protein, which contains amino acids necessary for our body, 12% of fats, the most important vitamins such as vitamin A, vitamins B, E and D. The minerals contained in the egg are also diverse - these are phosphorus and iron, calcium and potassium, the egg also contains the iodine we need.
For some time, eggs were recognized as harmful due to the high level of cholesterol found in the yolk (approximately 400-500 mg per 100 g), but the egg contains lecithin, which prevents it from deposition in the vessels.
Lutein, which is necessary for a person for the physiology of vision, and which the body does not produce on its own, receiving only with food, is also found in the egg.
This product has not only taken a firm place in the human diet, but is also widely used in treatment and personal care. Eggs (both yolk and white) are included in many face masks, providing a soothing and softening effect. Yolk rubbed into hair makes it softer and shinier.
Another useful product is barley. Almost 70% of barley (its grain) consists of carbohydrates, so cereals made from barley grains or from barley flakes are very nutritious. In addition, barley contains valuable vegetable protein (superior in nutritional and nutritional qualities even to wheat) and fiber, which has a beneficial effect on the normalization of the digestive process. Barley grains contain potassium, calcium, manganese, iron, zinc, silicon, copper, cobalt, chromium, magnesium, iodine, bromine, molybdenum and strontium. They also contain a lot of vitamins of both group B and A, E, PP and D.
Barley dishes are part of the dietary diet, since they are very useful for cleansing the body, removing toxins from it, and reducing the calorie content of the menu.
Barley and its derivatives (in particular, malt) are used in diabetes mellitus to reduce blood sugar. Freshly cooked decoction of barley grains is used as an anthelmintic, and for bronchitis it is useful to drink malt extract.
It also helps with obesity, problems with the gastrointestinal tract, diabetes, gastritis, hemorrhoids and pyelonephritis. The barley diet is beneficial for strengthening nails and hair, especially when combined with oats.