Along with food, brinjal also has medicinal properties. It is used in many traditional and modern medicines.
Brinjal is eaten in almost every part of India. Beguna bhaja of Bengal or brinjal bharta of North, chokha from Bihar or brinjal enhances the taste of sambar in South India.
- January 18, 2021, 10:51 AM IST
It is high in hot places. Even in India, brinjal is consumed in almost every part. Beguna bhaja of Bengal or brinjal bharta of North, chokha from Bihar or brinjal enhances the taste of sambar in South India. Along with all this, brinjal pickle and chutney are also eaten in many areas. It is due to its special style that vegetables have got the title of king. Brinjal is full of vitamin C, K, B6, magnesium, phosphorus, copper, fiber, folic acid, potassium and many more. Due to high fiber, it helps to digest food.
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Brinjal is also helpful in the condition of heart diseases. Its antioxidants are capable of preventing diseases like cancer. It also strengthens bones. Along with food, brinjal also has medicinal properties. It is used in many traditional and modern medicines. Even the use of brinjal is considered taboo in many special cases. In some places pregnant women are prevented from eating brinjal.Also read: Cinnamon looks like it does such magic on health, these are 4 big benefits
Also, due to its special color, brinjal adds a new color to the vegetable. Purple color is derived from the color of brinjal. You can eat it differently. Brinjal is eaten with great fervor in our neighboring China and Sri Lanka. However, many people are allergic to brinjal as well. Eating brinjal should be avoided in case of allergy. Also, the advice of a doctor should be taken.(Disclaimer: The information and information given in this article is based on general beliefs. Hindi does not confirm these. Contact the concerned specialist before implementing them.)