How to identify the organic papayas
Organic papaya is mainly more they are grown by these small farmers and usually, they are short of labor and all and second in these organic farms they don’t cover the fruit unripe fruit in plastic and all so it is more exposed to nature so, for example, this surface is small patchy and some little blemishes and all will be there might even be a small bite mark from some but so external appearances generally like this and once you cut it.
Open there will be a lot of seeds and then there may be a little or a patch because many times in these small forms they knock the fire down so this part is a bit squished up and if this kind of damage is there little damage then these fruits are rejected in the conventional farms but organic stuff you must alright a little bit of this that is this little blemishes in the skin little bite marks and all and then inside some piece may be a bit scratched up because it has fallen down from the tree such things in the otherwise Aram also is nice.
The was he at home I’ll be there in this organic papaya and now I will show the conventional one he externally it has a need skin is almost blemishless and the coloring also is uniformly alone there’s not much variation compared to this one even though this organic fruit is fully ripe outside it’s still greenish but this conventional one it’s not fully ripe it’s still hard inside but already it’s yellow and uniformly alone that means they sprayed something to make it right them and inside there are no seeds it’s been genetically bred to not to produce seeds so that all the energy of the plant goes into the making the fruit and eating this seedless fruits.
I artificially made seedless roots is not good because it lacks some essential part of that truth that regenerative part so it might affect the fertility at all so there are no seeds and it is still hard this part is to not called right and here it is some hard semi-ripe smell is unpleasant and then outside it looks ripe only alone this organic one outside it is still looking green but it’s a bit soft already ripe you cut it an open lot of seeds and shape also is long this is the natural shape of that papaya this long shape and the small bronze ones are usually they’re artificially cultivated so generally by these signs one can make out which is an organic and which is that pesticide it.
Papaya smoothie it’s an extremely tasty recipe and it’s also very good for digestion so it could be a and it’s very healthy and very refreshing so it does it it’s a very quick recipe also so it doesn’t take more than a minute or two to prepare the whole thing only thing you need from fruits point of view is just good ripe papaya and some ripe banana and in this recipe, I will just show you how you add all these things to make this delicious smoothie so first of all to making this testy smoothie you will need a good enough powerful blender in.
In my case, my blender has ice crushing capability so it’s quite powerful but you don’t need to have ice crossing capability on this otherwise you are actually willing to add ice to it it’s also a good idea to arise if you wanted to make it cold very nice smoothie but in my case, I’m not adding any ice so any old brand blender would do as long as it can blend foods together so in that blender I’m going to add a ripe banana.
The reason you see I was adding two ripe bananas over here is because it has more sugar content so this way the sweetness of the banana
would essentially mean that you don’t have to add any kind of extra sugar or extra honey in this recipe I would be adding honey, later on, I’ll show you and after you have added the banana as we add will add the papaya because you say the papaya itself was quite large.
When we actually bought it so we just take a quarter of that papaya and leave the rest for later either you can actually have papaya on its own you don’t actually have to make a smoothie but just leave the rest of it and use the quarter of the papaya for this movie before you have you need to de-seed the papaya it provides very easy to take the seeds out all you have to do is take a tablespoon or teaspoon and just very gently scrape the seeds out from the top the reason gently.
If you are putting too much pressure you might actually end up taking the flesh of the papaya also and then in order to put the flesh of the profile all you have to do is again take that tablespoon and very gently scrape all the papaya flesh out making sure that you don’t break into this papaya skin so then what’s going to happen is you’re going to take the skin of the papaya with the flesh also you don’t want to do that because the skin is also quite a bitter-tasting and it’s quite fleshy skin so avoid taking the skin off but make sure you scrape all the papaya out for this recipe as we have done over here now in that mixture.
You have to add some bio yogurt in my case we’re using organic bile you Girt and amount of it is no more than 2 to 3 tbsp of yogurt should be enough and again yogurt is full of healthy bacteria if it is it’s actually our organic and bio yogurt that means the bacterias are active in it and also that is very good for your digestion system now in that mixture as I said previously we are using a very ripe banana and the papaya itself is quite sweet so in this case.
You don’t have to have that much honey but we are going to add a teaspoon of raw honey purely because the health benefit of raw honey is far superior to any fully pasteurized honey because the honey essentially contains a lot of bee pollen and bee pollen has lots of protein and amino acid and through the pasteurization process, these things get taken out because at high temperature of the pasteurization process the proteins and amino acid gets destroyed so if you want to get the full benefit of the honey to consider using raw honey I have another video in the channel which shows how I make the banana smoothie.
About the benefit of raw honey so in this mixture next you have to add half a cup of drinking water and that’s basically it and also you can vary the amount of drinking water you add if you want in your smoothie to be sticky you can add less than half a cup of drinking water if you want you’re doing it smoothly to be thinner more juice like you can increase the amount of drinking water so you can vary the drinking water amount more than half a cup or less than half a cup based on your taste so then you just blend the whole thing and in less than a minute or a minute.
you should have the banana and papaya smoothie ready and sufficient for serving two people in our cases just for us so this is how we prepare the banana and papaya smoothie I really hope that you would also try this recipe and give it a try it’s extremely suited for its good digestion capabilities to after-dinner food the reason it is good for digestion is that papaya contains an enzyme which is called papain and this is good for digestion also.
This same enzyme could be used as a meat tenderizer so if you are ever cooking something with meat and you wanted to tenderize the meat for a while at this you know mash papaya or the papaya skin just blend it and rub it on top of your meat it would tenderize your meat very good so it’s far better than buying all those chemical tenderizers and this is fully natural fully organic but anyway that’s enough about me tenderizing but we are talking about smoothie so as you see this is how you making your banana and papaya smoothie and it is enough for serving two people.
Benefits of eating papaya once if papaya is referred to as a fruit of angels and it makes sense when we take a look at all the benefits it brings to the human body and it tastes delicious which makes it perfect to eat every week to give your body a boost watch this video to know the surprising things for pie.
I can do to help your body if you eat them at least once a wee number one get rid of worms and parasites worms and parasites can cause damage to your body and it’s important to keep an eye on them Papaya helps to eliminate this parasite from the body. Papaya seeds can also be very beneficial. It also works to reduce inflammation. Papaya has anti-inflammatory properties. It helps to fight against diseases like inflamed skin and arthritis. Helps to boost immunity This pathway also contains Vitamins AC and E which are essential nutrients for the immune system.
It’s beneficial for your body and helps to keep the immune system strong delays aging a lot of the nutrients in the papaya can help to delay aging like vitamin C and E and antioxidants they prevent your skin from free radicals sun damage and wrinkles number five it lowers stress thanks to vitamin C papaya can help to decrease stress level since according to a study conducted at the University of Alabama it regulates the flow of stress hormones.
How to eat papaya seeds eating papaya every week has its benefits but you can just eat the fruit seeds for the same effect it helps with forms and parasite elimination kidney protection inflammation reduction fighting bacteria and more all the beneficial papaya seeds can be very strong so it’s recommended to begin eating one tablespoon a day and once your body gets used to eating you can eat 2 per day it’s also important to know that children pregnant women and those baby feeding should not consume these seeds how do you enjoy eating papaya.
For the indigenous people of the area, papaya is eaten and used for medicinal purposes. In the 1500s and 1600s, Spanish and Portuguese settlers took seeds, and other tropical areas of the world, including the Philippines and India.
- Papaya is very Rich in Nutrients.
- It Has A Strong Anti-Oxidant Action.
- Papaya Has Anti-Cancer Properties.
- Fish Can Improve The Health Of The Heart.
- Fish Can Fight Inflammation.
- You Can Improve The Digestive System.
- To Protect Against Damage To The Skin.
- Delicious and multi-purpose.
The following nutrition information is provided by the united states Department of Agriculture), for a maximum of 1 cup (145 g) raw papaya, cut it into one-inch cubes.
Nutritional Facts per 100 g Nutrients mg Percentage
|Pantothenic acid||0.218 mg||4%|
|Pyridoxine||0.019 mg ||1.5%|
|Vitamin A||1094 IU||36%|
|Vitamin C||61.8 mg ||103%|
|Vitamin E||0.73 mg||5%|
|Vitamin K||2.6 g||2%|
|Potassium||257 mg ||5%|
|Calcium||24 mg ||2.5%|
|Magnesium||10 mg ||2.5%|
Papaya is a delicious fruit with only 62 calories per cup. Most of the calories in papaya get from carbohydrates. Each serving of papaya contains about 16 grams of carbohydrates, including fiber (2.5 grams), and natural sugars (about 11 ounces). The glycemic index of the papaya, 60, and glycemic load of 9.2
Papaya is virtually fat-free, and each 1-cup serving contains less than 1 gram.
Papaya contains less than 1 gram of protein per serving.
Vitamins and minerals
Papaya is a rich source of vitamin C and has a supply of 88.3 mg per serving. For most adults, the recommended dietary allowance of vitamin c, which is between 75 and 90 mg, or 1 cup of papaya for about covers 100% of your vitamin C needs. 3 Papaya is an excellent source of vitamin A, in particular, with the carotenoid, lycopene.
Papaya is a little bit sweet, soft, green, yellow, and fruit, in the form of a great peer, with a weight of 1 to 2 pounds. Because of their sweetness, and you could be at a loss, or raw papaya is a healthy choice. Luckily, fish is high in fiber and contains essential nutrients, such as vitamins C and A.
The fish provides versatility and can be mashed for sweet and savory sauce, soup, or cream puffs. Papaya is also a good marinade because it contains an enzyme, papain, which helps to soften the meat by breaking down the proteins.
Bold-contents: 0.4 g
Sodium: 11.6 mg
Carbohydrates: 16 g
High in fiber: 2.5 g
Sugar: 11 g
Protein: 0.7 g