11 Amazing Health Benefits of Peaches

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11 Amazing Health Benefits of Peaches

July 12, 2018

Peach health benefits includes preventing hypokalemia, preventing cancer, supporting healthy eyes, promoting healthy skin, supporting healthy digestion, supporting healthy pregnancy, supporting brain function and supporting strong immunity. Other benefits includes promoting blood production, managing cholesterol and supporting weight loss.

 

What are Peaches?

 

Peaches are juicy and delicious fruits, native to South Asia and China. They belong to the same family as plums and cherries. The Chinese associate peaches with long-life and immortality. China is one of the largest exporters and producers of peach.Peaches have a velvety-fuzz covered skin and have a sweet to sour taste. The pulp of this fruit clings to the stone or seed; there are two varieties of peaches with respect to this property, the semi-clinging, and fully-clinging one. For the semi-clinging ones, the pulp separates easily from the stone whereas, for the full clinging ones the stones are slightly harder to separate from the pulp.

 

11 Amazing Health Benefits of Peach

 

1. Hypokalemia PreventionLack of potassium in the body can lead to Hypokalemia, which causes irregular heartbeat and weak muscles. Peaches are high in potassium, which helps the body perform vital functions such as nerve signaling and maintaining healthy metabolic function. The potassium from the peaches helps the body in utilizing carbohydrates for energy, regulating muscular tissue and maintaining electrolyte balance.

 

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