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3 Health Benefits Of Eating Egusi Soup And Pounded Yam On A Regular Basis

 The Egusi soup delicacy is perhaps one of the most delicious foods in Nigeria, as there is no passing day when most men don't consume this food in large quantities. The Egusi soup contains so many ingredients which makes it so sweet and delicious, ingredients ranging from melon seeds, vegetables, palm oil and others.

 The health benefits of eating this food cannot be easily ignored because it contains so many vitamins and minerals that would greatly help the body. You can, however, eat this soup with different foods like pounded yam, Amala, Eba, and others.

And in this article, I will be walking you through some of the amazing benefits of consuming the Egusi soup delicacy on a daily or weekly basis. Kindly read till the end so that you won't miss the sweet part.

1. It Provides The Body With Protein

  The melon seeds in the Egusi soup is greatly packed with tryptophan, arginine, and methionine which are the major factors that is required to produce protein in the body.

 And protein is packed with macro nutrients that is needed for the building and repairing of damaged body tissues. And it also plays a crucial role in the production of hormones, enzymes and others.

2. It Provides The Body With Dietary Fiber

  The impact of dietary fiber in our body cannot be easily overemphasized because it is another form of carbohydrate that helps to reduce the risk of type 2-diabetes, heart disease and other illnesses.

 And this dietary fiber can be gotten from the Egusi soup delicacy, so it would be very beneficial to your health if you eat more Egusi soup regularly.

3. Carbohydrate

  Just like protein and dietary fiber, carbohydrate is also required for the development of the body. Because it fuels the essential organs in the body, and it also provides great amount of strength in the body.

 And above all, the Egusi soup is very sweet and delicious when prepared with the right ingredients. Kindly share this article with your friends and don't forget to follow me for more... 

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