Tell me something about an awkward obsession and I'll throw you my own fair share of this whole thing.
For months, I've been isolated in a remote place. When I say, a remote place I am in the sense of telling you about being detached with all what's happening in the lap of the civilization. But, I guess it gives you a one whole different perception about certain things and it nay also put some of your convictions into test. Weighing the boon and bane of the situation will be a stubborn stuff to do so I am going straight ahead with my thing. I am addicted to JACFRUIT. I mean JACKFRUIT, the humongous, sweet, soft and tasty jack fruit. And to tell you honestly I can consume a one whole 4-kilo as in the whole thing. I can spend my day munching the yellow delight.
Here it is, who could resist the tempestuous-feel of having a dose of this munchy little being. I am not pretty sure if over indulgence to this is not a good thing but what I know is this, Jacfruit is:
- An excellent energy food with only a small amount of fat.
- May help prevent and treat tension and nervousness.
- Helps in obesity.
- Helps prevent constipation.
- It is also known to help cure ulcers and indigestion.
- Helps to lower blood pressure because of its high potassium content.
- Jackfruit is rich in phytonutrients that can fight cancer and slow down degeneration of cells that can lead to degenerative diseases.
- Jackfruit is a good source of Vitamin C. The human body does not make vitamin C naturally so we must eat foods that contain it.
- The jackfruit root is a remedy for skin diseases and asthma. An extract of the root is taken in cases of fever and diarrhea.
- Jackfruit provides a good supply of proteins, carbohydrates and vitamins.