Few people know this but this common autumn fruit could protect against liver disease

Few people know this but this common autumn fruit could protect against liver disease
Few people know this but this common autumn fruit could protect against liver disease

With the autumn that has now arrived, some fruits of the earth typical of this season have appeared on our table. Mushrooms, kiwis and apples are some of the products rich in beneficial properties for our health that must be consumed during this period.

In addition to these common fruits, there is one very rich in properties and very versatile, which we can taste only in the months between September and November. Today we will explain why few people know but this common autumn fruit protects against liver disease. Let’s see what it is.

A very noble, inexpensive and very tasty fruit

Over the centuries the East has given us numerous fruits rich in nourishment and beneficial properties. Kiwi is of Chinese origin, as are pomelo, passion fruit and goji berries.

But it’s not just these. In fact, a very noble fruit, very common and inexpensive, which adorns many trees in our countryside in this autumnal period, is also of oriental origin. Very often we find it on sale at the market for very low prices.

We are obviously talking about persimmon, a fruit that can be tasted in countless preparations, raw, cooked, in jellies and so on and so forth.

It is rich in vitamins, beta-carotene and mineral salts, such as potassium, phosphorus and magnesium. Persimmon is great for the health of our body and mind. But, in reality, it has a property that makes it our health’s best friend.

Few people know this but this common autumn fruit could protect against liver disease

Incredible as it may seem, a tasty and very sweet fruit like persimmon has properties that make it perfect for those who want to purify themselves of toxins and protect vital organs.

Some substances contained in the fruit are able to preserve the intestinal bacterial flora in good conditions and thus protect the liver.

Thanks to the important presence of potassium, persimmon works on the kidneys and promotes diuresis. In this way it allows to free the liver of excess toxins and to rebalance the intestinal flora. For this reason, some doctors recommend its consumption near antibiotic treatments.

Now that we know these amazing properties of this sweet fruit, we have even better reasons to add it to our diet.

(We remind you to carefully read the warnings regarding this article, which can be consulted WHO”)

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