Peas and its health benefits

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Peas or Pisum sativum is really healthy vegetables. You can find it fresh in the summer, while in winter you can find peas as canned or frozen. A pea is extremely healthy vegetable. Originated from wild peas that a cross between the varieties which were really healthy and productive vegetable.Originated from wild peas, and with crossing of varieties, is produced really healthy and productive vegetable.

Nutritional status of peas

Peas is rich in many nutrients. Contains a lot of fiber, vegetable protein and vegetable fat, contains many B vitamins, provitamin of vitamin A and biotin. In addition to these substances it is also found copper, iron, calcium, potassium, magnesium, zinc, pantothenic acid ...
Peas is really beneficial for health, it is recommended for all categories of people, especially those who have had a long treatment with antibiotics in order to restore the fitness of the organism, or to speed up the metabolism. Peas can be cooked in many different ways, but the healthiest cooking is a combination of peas and potatoes.

Health benefits of peas

Health benefits of peas

Peas have many beneficial health effects, but the most popular is that the pea is effective against:

  • Diseases of the teeth 
  • Cardiovascular disease
  • Kidney Diseases
  • Hypertension
  • Anemia

Peas - Kidney friend

Peas keep blood pressure within normal limits and also proteins that are found in peas help kidney. Recent research conducted at the University Mantobi confirm that peas have a great effect on the kidneys. Experiments were performed on mice that long period were fed with peas. After a long period of consumption of this vegetable, scientists noticed a drop in their blood pressure by 20% and improved working kidneys.

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