Feijoa Nutrients and Benefits

feijoaFeijoa Fruit is for some reason not very popular in the USA, especially in the northwest, probably because it requires a warm climate. Feijoa fruit has been seen in Brazil, Colombia, Uruguay, Georgia, Russia, Argentina, New Zealand, Australia, Israel, Azerbaijan, China, and some of the hotter states in the USA. This Feijoa fruit is also called Pineapple Guava or just Guavasteen. Feijoa plant can be considered as an evergreen shrub or as a little tree. Some people combine Feijoa with smoothies, ice creams, shakes, yogurt, juices, fruit drinks, jam, or they just enjoy it by itself as a natural and healthy fruit. The Feijoa fruit is very good and healthy for people because in about a cup of this pureed fruit you can get these nutrients:
– Vitamin B1, Thiamin
– Vitamin B2, Riboflavin
– Vitamin B3, Niacin
– Vitamin B5, Pantothenic Acid
– Vitamin B6, Pyridoxine
– Vitamin B9, Folate (good amount)
– Vitamin C (large amount)
– Calcium
– Iron
– Magnesium
– Phosphorus
– Zinc
– Copper
– Manganese
– Protein
– Natural Fats
– Carbohydrates
– Calories

Also, with these nutrients you are most likely to get very good benefits. So, here is the list of benefits that you could get from a raw and preferably organic Feijoa Fruit:
– Reduces Risk of some Cancers
– Helps Protect from free radical damage
– Improves wound healing
– Helps prevent frequent colds
– Helps prevent frequent infections
– Improves Lung health
– Reduces Chances of anemia
– Improves your blood
– Improves nerve function
– Reduces chance of osteoporosis
– Lowers Risk of Alzheimer’s disease
– Helps Prevent irritability
– Reduces Depression chances
– Helps Improve short term memory
– Reduces chances of gingivitis

There is also lots of talking and evidences of feijoa containing good amount of iodine, but for some reason I wasn’t able to find the nutritional data for it. If that’s the case, then iodine adds to the list of benefits these important values:
– Improves Thyroid Gland function
– Helps Prevent Goiter
– Helps Prevent Fatigue
– Helps Prevent Depression
– Helps Prevent Weakness
– Helps Prevent Weight Gain

Goat Meat Nutrients and Benefits

goatToday many Goats are being used and kept as pets, but in the older times Goats have been used mainly for their Hair, Skin, Meat, and Milk. For a long time now it has been known to people that Goat Meat is the most or one of the most healthiest meats out there. Even in the Bible the Goat is considered as a Clean Animal, which means with good, clean, and healthy meat. Goats are very intelligent and curious animals, which explains why most of the times they like to stick their noses where they shouldn’t by climbing on shelves, fences, or hay stacks, and by chewing the weirdest things. The young Goat’s Meat is usualy called Cabrito or Kid, but the older Goat’s Meat is either called Chevon or Mutton. Goat Meat Nutrients are very high in amounts and are very important for our health. As you can see below that from these extremely amazing Goat Meat Nutrients you get those extremely important Goat Meat Benefits. The Nutrients that are found in 340 grams of Cooked Roasted Goat Meat are:
– Vitamin B1, Thiamin (good amount)
– Vitamin B2, Riboflavin (extreme amount)
– Vitamin B3, Niacin (large amount)
– Vitamin B9, Folate
– Vitamin B12, Cobalamin (large amount)
– Vitamin E
– Vitamin K
– Choline
– Betaine
– Protein (extreme amount)
– Natural Fats
– Cholesterol (large amount)
– Sodium
– Amino Acids
– Calcium
– Iron (large amount)
– Phosphorus (large amount)
– Potassium (good amount)
– Zinc (extreme amount)
– Copper (large amount)
– Manganese
– Selenium (large amount)
– Omega 3 Fatty Acids
– Omega 6 Fatty Acids
– Calories (good amount)

So, the Goat Meat Nutrients were awesome indeed, but now let’s see what we will find out about the Goat Meat Benefits:
– Supports Cardiovascular Health
– Improves Skin Health
– Supports Cells Health
– Improves Immune System
– Improves Hair Health
– Improves Nails Health
– Improves Children’s Development
– Supports Muscle Health
– Protects from joint pains
– Supports Thyroid Health
– Protects from Free Radicals
– Maintains Normal Blood Sugar Levels
– Improves Metabolism
– Supports Immune System
– Improves Smell Sense
– Improves Taste Sense
– Improves your mood
– Prevents Depression
– Protects from Colds
– Protects from Infections
– Supports bones health
– Supports Joints Health
– Protects your nerves
– Improves Good Cholesterol
– Decreases Bad Cholesterol
– Provides Healthy Energy
– Improves Concentration
– Helps Prevent Headaches
– Helps Prevent Depression
– Supports Digestion
– Improves Memory
– Supports Heart Health
– Helps prevent warts
– Helps cure warts

raising goats Complete GuideSo, it looks like the Goat Meat is extremely healthy and beneficial for our health indeed. We do recommend that you find a good farmer that sells good organic goat meat and buy it from him or her, so you and your family could enjoy the food and the life. Also, if you are interested in Raising Your Own Meat Goats, Milk Goats, or Some Other Special Goat, then we recommend this Book called “A Beginners Guide to Raising Goats“. Or, if you are interested in a Goat Milk Nutrients and Benefits Article, then please read it on THIS PAGE.

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