Raman loves potato. He heard somewhere that potatoes are not healthy , it increases weight and it is toxic for diabetic patient. Then he decided to reduce potato intake. People always say potato is not a vegetable, its carbohydrate content is high and other nutrient content is low so it is unhealthy, so you have to avoid . But is it true?
For decades, we have been advised to eliminate fat from meals, but has this decision made us healthier? No in fact the cases of heart disease and strokes are increasing rapidly worldwide. Probably because we cut back harmful fats as well as healthy fats. There is still a lot of outdated information about dietary fats which makes us confused. It’s high time to break down the misconception and differentiate between the good fat and bad fat. It is important to remember that fat is a major source of energy, also helps to absorb certain vitamins and minerals.
Antidiabetic functions of parsley are considered may be due to its rich content of terpenoids, flavonoid glycosides, coumarins or otherwise due to the presence of ascorbic acid. Parsley contains a flavonoid called myricetin, which can reduce glucose levels by reducing insulin obstruction.