Thank you for clicking my video. Today I talk about my latest health challenge, my parasite cleanse! Watch me try Papaya seeds for the first time and also talk about my progress using Diatomaceous Earth. Items mentioned Diatomaceous Earth 2 Lbs Food Grade DE http://amzn.to/1W4JTjU Papaya Seed Pilot Study http://1.usa.gov/1QOGSLT
How to eat papaya seeds. Uses of papaya seeds. To Eat papaya seeds or uses of papaya seeds are many ways. Seeds of papaya are very useful and can be eat in various dishes. Papaya seeds can be eaten whole, but for the first week is best to chew only one or two seeds of papaya daily. Choose a small papaya, because small seeds tend to have a milder taste, while large papaya seeds tend to be more bitter. Remove gently with one spoon, leftover of fruit pulp, put the seeds in a colander and rinse under running water. Put Carica Papaya seeds to dry in the sun, for several days. Pawpaw seed may be ground. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UPg-FaUBz7I https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XqlPL642snk https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rRhSTkyPFds https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5B30IaNm8IE https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NO9DvitNthM https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TcxWqDtu95A https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zXB9YDTrt9s https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wXQL1xIZNSY
Just ate a papaya and was curious about the seeds. We all know from my previous videos on watermelon seeds and how they can prevent certain cancers and offer many health benefits. But what about papaya?
Papaya seeds are a great natural (and fairly inexpensive) way to cleanse the parasites that are surely living in your body and draining your energy. I got these two approximately 6 pound Mexican papayas for $0.98 per pound. Unfortunately, they are conventionally gown and not organic. I looked for organic papayas at my local groceries: Lucky's, Safeway, Sprouts, and Whole Foods as well as two close by Farmer's Market and found no papayas at all. I got these Mexican papayas at Sprouts grocery store. There are no long term side effects of doing this cleanse that I know of. Short terms results that I have seen are sitting on the toilet for about 1 hour defecating after taking 1 tablespoon of papaya seeds. I toasted these papaya seeds right after this video in a toaster oven on a low heat of about 100 degrees Fahrenheit to dry out the seeds before putting them in the coffee grinder. Next, I ground up the seeds in a coffee grinder. I use a great tasting drink to chase (drink right after consuming the seeds) the papaya seeds because the papaya seeds don't taste very good. The next video will show you what the seeds look like after they are ground up.
Papaya is a delicious fruit that has become very famous for all its many health benefits, thanks to its content of fiber, calcium, phosphorus, iron, papain, thiamine, niacin, and vitamins, which especially boost intestinal movement and the immune system. Papaya comes from Mexico and other Central American countries. When the conquistadors arrived, they took the papaya seed throughout South America and other places in the world like Malaysia, the Philippines, China, and Hawaii. The papaya has since turned into a popular fruit in many areas around the world. It is full of properties and its delicious flavor also makes it great for desserts, juices, or eating it on its own. However, most people who eat papaya remove its seeds without realizing that they can also be eaten and have significant health benefits. Would you like to find out what the benefits of eating papaya seeds are? Protect the Kidney Eating papaya seeds helps prevent kidney failure problems and also helps treatment when you are already suffering from this problem. For this case especially, we recommend chewing 7 papaya seeds 7 times a day. Help Cleanse the Liver The liver is one of the most important organs in your body because its task is to filter toxins and toxic substances to prevent many disease. When this organ is affected by some kind of illness, you are at risk of developing chronic problems. For that reason, it is important to give it a hand and help cleanse the substances it doesn’t need. In that sense, papaya seeds can be huge allies, especially in cases of liver cirrhosis. For that reason, you should grind 5 papaya seeds, mix with a tablespoon of lemon, and drink the mixture twice a day for a month. Improve Intestinal Health Thanks to their high amount of anti-parasitic enzymes, papaya seeds improve intestinal health. These have an anthelmintic alkaloid called carpaine, which has the ability to get rid of intestinal parasites. For those cases, dry the seeds and grind them. Next dilute a teaspoon of this powder in water and boil it. Or, you can add honey and consume them two to three times a day. Protect the Digestive System Papaya seeds also have powerful anti-bacterial and anti-inflammatory properties that improve digestive health. Various studies have found that papaya seeds fight Salmonella, staphylococcus, among other infectious agents. We recommend eating 7 seeds three times a day in this case. Absorb Excess Fats and Sugars Papaya seeds also have a fat-burning effect on your body, because they have the ability to stop the body from absorbing excess fats and sugars, which accelerate the digestion process and contribute to weight loss. Three Simple Tricks to Lose Weight by Eating Papaya Seeds Surely one of the things that is most noticeable about the benefits of papaya seeds is their ability to help you lose weight. If that’s the case, then keep reading for the three tricks to help you lose weight by eating papaya seeds. Before we mention them, we remind you that it is important to be patient because the results happen over time. You should also remember that in order to notice the results, you have to have a healthy diet and exercise frequently. Trick #1 Eat 12 papaya seeds with grapefruit tea everyday on an empty stomach. Do this remedy for 15 days in a row and then rest for 15 days. Trick #2 Again on an empty stomach, add 15 papaya seeds to a glass of grapefruit juice and drink it by swallowing the seeds as if they were pills. This juice will also help fight excess fat, as well as help you have a better digestion. Trick #3 The last trick to take advantage of the benefits of papaya seeds consists of chewing a few seeds and adding them to salads or vinaigrettes. It will taste spicy, similar to mustard, so it’s best to avoid overdoing it.