Avocado, papaya, watermelon, grape, and jackfruit eat whole grains, which provide all the nutrients and vitamins needed for the body.
Avocado seeds contain more nutrients than fruit pulp because 70% of amino acids are in the seeds, help reduce cholesterol, prevent cardiovascular disease and prevent stroke. Eating avocado also reduces inflammation in the digestive tract and alleviates intestinal problems.
You can process avocado seeds by drying them, soaking them in wine or baking them to eat like jackfruit seeds.
Papaya seeds contain papain, an enzyme that helps in digestion. Papaya seeds also help kill worms or harmful bacteria in the intestines. If you don’t eat raw papaya, you can crush it, puree it into a paste or combine it in a salad to eat. Crush papaya seeds on the back to treat back pain.
Watermelon seeds are rich in arginine amino acids, which help regulate blood pressure and treat coronary heart disease. They are also rich in vitamin B, niacin, as well as magnesium minerals. Watermelon seeds are a source of unsaturated fatty acids and antioxidants that help keep skin healthy and slow down aging. It also aids in treating skin problems such as rashes and edema.
Watermelon seed oil can help remove dandruff and proteins that make hair strong.
Jackfruit seeds are rich in nutrients such as protein, vitamins, fiber and anti-microbial compounds, preventing bacterial infection.
Jackfruit seeds support treatment of indigestion. Seeds also contain a good amount of fiber to prevent stomach ulcers. A lot of vitamin A jackfruit, helps the eyes bright and healthy.
It is possible to dry jackfruit into jam and jelly. Dry roasted jackfruit seed powder replaces white flour for baking. Boiling jackfruit is very good for the digestive system.
Grape seeds contain proanthrocyanadin, a powerful antioxidant that prevents skin problems such as acne, wrinkles, psoriasis, cardiovascular protection, vision or asthma prevention. Grape seed extracts also protect the body from the effects of UV rays such as reducing the incidence of tumors, tumor size and preventing the conversion of UVB rays to cause malignant cancer.
Some other nuts
Crushed apple nuts or juices are very good for health due to vitamin richness. Pears are very small and soft, containing many essential antioxidants and fatty acids.
Citrus fruit seeds such as oranges and grapefruit are also harmless, can be used to grind up drinking water. Lemon seeds contain palmitric, oleic, linoleic, stearic and bitter lemonin and pepolimonin, which are effective in treating cough.