According to studies published in the British Journal of Biomedical Science, celery contains allicin
Also known as leek , pore can be a nutritious food that you can include in your diet every day. We tell you some benefits of the pore .
The pore or leek belongs to the group of vegetables that are plants that are grown in irrigations or orchards and that can be cooked cooked or raw.
According to the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM) , the term vegetable includes green vegetables and vegetables.
Benefits of the leek
These vegetables contain up to 80% of their weight in water and provides slow-absorbing carbohydrates , in addition to a variety of vitamins including vitamin C, K, E and folic acid .
The scientific name of the pore is Allium porrum L. and although its true origin is unknown until now, the leaves and the bulb are consumed.
It also works as a condiment.
Diseases. The UNAM also reveals that it is suggested to improve the quality of food because its nutritional content works to treat anemia and rheumatism.
In 100 grams of leek there are:
-11.2 gr of carbohydrates
-1.3 gr of fiber
-52 mg of calcium
-2.2 gr of proteins
-0.3 gr of lipids
-50 mg of phosphorus
-5 mg of sodium
It also contains vitamin A, (40 IU), 03 g of fat and 50 mg of phosphorus .
Natural antibiotic According to studies published in the British Journal of Biomedical Science , celery contains allicin, a sulfur compound that has the ability to fight bacteria such as Staphylococcus aereus .
This bacterium produces mucosal and skin infections that can alter gastrointestinal health.
Remember to combine the benefits of pore with food from other groups to achieve a varied and balanced dish.