Your body will remain warm even in cold, just eat these two things daily, even cashew nuts and almonds pale in comparison to them, the benefits are amazing.


Along with protein, calcium, fiber, magnesium, vitamin B1, copper, and zinc, two compounds named sesamin and sesamolin are found in sesame, which can work to prevent the growth of cancer cells.

Winter health Tips

In winter, people eat different types of things to protect the body from cold. Most people try to keep their bodies warm with cashew almonds or dry fruits. However, due to being expensive, buying cashew almonds is not within everyone's reach. In such a situation, ayurveda doctors have explained the benefits of cheaply available jaggery and sesame (Til gud Benefits). Both these things generate warmth in the body like dry fruits in the winter season. Work to maintain body temperature. Let us know the benefits of sesame and jaggery...

 

How to consume sesame and jaggery to avoid cold

Ayurveda experts consider sesame very good for the body. After desi cow ghee, sesame oil is considered the best, and is advised to consume it. Eating sesame seeds mixed with jaggery regularly during winter keeps the body warm and reduces the risk of cold, cough, and flu. Eating sesame and jaggery laddu or 20-25 grams of sesame seeds daily can be beneficial.

Why sesame seeds are beneficial

The properties found in sesame are not found in cashew almonds either. Along with protein, calcium, fiber, phosphorus, iron, magnesium, vitamin B1, copper, and zinc, two compounds named sesamin and sesamolin are found in it, which can work to prevent the growth of cancer cells. Apart from this, sesame seeds also help in protecting from heart disease. The reason for this is the phytosterol and polyunsaturated fatty acids found in it, which do not allow bad cholesterol to increase in the body.

Who should not eat sesame and jaggery?

According to experts, sesame and jaggery are very good for health. Eating a combination of both can benefit the body tremendously in winter. However diabetic patients should not eat jaggery. Because its glycemic index is high and it can increase sugar. Whereas some saturated fatty acids are found in sesame, which can increase cholesterol. Therefore, sesame should not be eaten after roasting it and mixing it with ghee or other dry fruits.

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