The papaya is an incredibly healthy tropical fruit.
It’s loaded with antioxidants that can reduce inflammation, fight disease and help keep you looking young.
Papaya is the fruit of the Carica papaya plant.
It originated in Central America and Southern Mexico but is now grown in many other parts of the world.
Papaya contains an enzyme called papain, which can break down the tough protein chains found in muscle meat. Because of this, people have used papaya to tenderize meat for thousands of years.
If the papaya is ripe, it can be eaten raw. However, unripe papaya should always be cooked before eating — especially during pregnancy, as the unripe fruit is high in latex, which can stimulate contractions.
Papayas are shaped similar to pears and can be up to 20 inches (51 cm) long. The skin is green when unripe and orange when ripe, while the flesh is yellow, orange or red.
The fruit also has many black seeds, which are edible but bitter.
Trace amounts of calcium, magnesium and vitamins B1, B3, B5, E and K.
Papayas also contain healthy antioxidants known as carotenoids — particularly one type called lycopene.
What’s more, your body absorbs these beneficial antioxidants better from papayas than other fruits and vegetables.
Papaya has powerful antioxidant effects, which may reduce oxidative stress and lower your risk of several diseases.
Early research suggests that the antioxidants in papaya may reduce cancer risk and perhaps even slow cancer progression.
Papaya’s high vitamin C and lycopene content can improve heart health and may reduce your risk of heart disease.
Papaya is a delicious fruit that is best enjoyed ripe. It can be eaten alone or easily combined with other foods.
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