A savory Sesame rich in vitamin E that has excellent antioxidant effects.
There is always something to sprinkle after cooking the seasoned and fried food.
It’s the savory sesame. Although it is easy to overlook the effects of ‘sesame’ seeds because they are small and common, the effects of ‘sesame’ seeds are very diverse.
The typical effect of ‘sesame’ is antioxidant.
Antioxidant action is the elimination of various diseases and aging, especially free radicals that cause cancer.
Sesame seeds are rich in vitamin E, which is called antioxidant vitamins, and have excellent antioxidant effects.
Orainic acid, which makes up 40 percent of sesame fat, is also known to help prevent colon cancer.
The cesamine in ‘sesame’ helps the liver function and increases detoxification, and the cesaminol dividend inhibits cholesterol from accumulating in the body.
In addition, unsaturated fatty acids in ‘sesame’ provide nutrients to the skin, and tocopherol acts as an antioxidant to prevent skin aging.
To see the positive effects of ‘sesame’ seeds properly, even a small amount should be eaten every day.
A spoonful of rice a day is appropriate. It is better to stir-fry and grind sesame seeds rather than eat them raw.
This is because the surface of the ‘sesame’ is covered with cellulose, so if eaten as it is, it is not digested and discharged out of the body.
However, ‘sesame’ seeds should be roasted and ground as much as necessary just before eating. After grinding sesame seeds, they are exposed to air and oxidized.