Health Benefits of Panam Kizhangu (Palmyra Sprouts)

By: Sonali Behera

The Palmyra palm, commonly referred to as the toddy palm or Borassus flabellifer, is the source of Palmyra Sprout.

The palmyra palm sometimes referred to as a "Kalpvrisksha or Miracle Tree," serves a multitude of functions.

Full of Fiber

It is mostly recognized for its capacity to control bowel movements and so prevent or treat constipation.

Rich In Calcium

It guards against bone conditions brought by aging, such as osteoporosis and osteoarthritis.

High In Iron

Palmyra Sprouts are strong in iron, a mineral that is required for the correct function of haemoglobin, the protein that delivers oxygen to the blood. 

Rich In Magnesium

Magnesium is one of the major components of palmyra sprout that supports cardiovascular health. 

High Protein Content

The proteins from palmyra sprouts, a rich source of plant-based protein, are helpful for tissue regeneration and the control of hormones and bodily enzymes.

Glycemic Index Low

The relative ranking of carbohydrates in meals based on how they impact blood sugar levels is known as the glycemic index.

Healthy for the Skin

almyra sprouts have strong anti-inflammatory effects that are excellent for preserving healthy skin.

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