SHAFAKNA Türkiye. Even though sea beans are little known in our country, they are among the foods that should be consumed in abundance. Sea cowpea, an extremely tasty herb, acts like a medicine for your body due to the vitamins and minerals it contains. Sea cowpea, which we find on the shores of seas and lakes where salt water is present, is also known as bullet grass or salt grass.
The benefits of the sea cowpea plant, quite small and tender, are enormous. The yield of this salted vegetable, a storehouse of vitamins, is as follows:
It is extremely rich in minerals. It grows in salt water and thus contains the purest form of minerals.
It contains vitamins A, B12, C, sodium iodine, magnesium, iron and a lot of fiber. These minerals and vitamins in it have been known for centuries. It has now been revealed that it contains flavonoids. It helps speed up the metabolism. It can provide permanent weight loss with regular use.
If you have a goiter, the iodine in sea cowpea can be very helpful for you. However, this must first be approved by your doctor. It can improve the functioning of thyroid hormones. It is a good source of vitamin C. Due to its diuretic effect, it provides swelling of the body. This prevents plagiarism.
It is a rich source of betaine. This substance is used in the rehabilitation of homocystinuria, which is one of the metabolic disorders in children.
While in spinach it is 0.55%, in 1 kg of sea cowpea this ratio is 5%.
You can feed children who do not like spinach, as an option, but as an option, sea cowpea.
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