Benefits of Eating Plums

We have several tasty and nutritious fruits, like plum, which comes in many colors. 

Plums come in all colors and sizes, but most are harder and fleshier. Some are yellow, white, green, or red. Plums, also known as aloobukhara, are sweet to sour and juicy when fresh.

Here are several plum benefits to encourage you to eat more of them.

1. Boosts immunity:  High vitamin C concentration may boost immunity. Infection and inflammatory resistance are built by this vitamin.

2. Help boost digestion: Plums or aloobukhara provide dietary fiber, sorbitol, and isatin, which aid digestion. These two laxatives enhance intestinal fluid output and waste flushing. Dried plum or prune is a good constipation remedy.

3. Improve eye health: Protect eye health: Vitamin C and beta-carotene in these luscious fruits help prevent age-related macular degeneration and cataracts. Plums contain UV-blocking carotenoids lutein and zeaxanthin.

4. Heart-healthy: Dried plums or aloobukhara may improve arterial blood flow. This effect protects your heart from cardiac arrest, stroke, and other issues.

5. Skin-friendly:  Plums' vitamin C and antioxidants keep skin bright and youthful. Vitamin C reduces the likelihood of fine lines and wrinkles, according to various research.

6. Improves blood circulation: Aloobukhara improves blood circulation because vitamin K and potassium absorb iron. Iron and copper in these fruits help produce red blood cells, purifying and circulating blood.

7.  Rich in antioxidants: Plums are rich in antioxidants that protect the body from free radical damage. They prevent oxidative stress damage to neurons and cell membranes using phenols.

8. Maintains electrolyte balance: Plums' potassium content maintains electrolyte balance, which cells and tissues need to function properly. Regular consumption can also treat muscular spasms.

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