SALUYOT, also known as jute, is a green leafy vegetable that is rich in calcium, phosphorus, iron and potassium. It has also been determined that 100 grams of saluyot contains an ample amount of Vitamin A, thiamine, riboflavin, ascorbic acid, and is also rich in fiber. With these facts alone, we can appreciate the benefits that can be derived from eating and incorporating saluyot in one’s diet. That’s what I did, almost every day. Saluyot can be found basically everywhere. From warm, tropical countries like the Philippines to tropical deserts and wet forest zones, saluyot is abundant. It does not require much attention and care, and thus, thrives without cultivation the whole year round. even here in Vienna I could buy it fresh from the farmers!
Because the saluyot or jute plant is by nature a vegetable, it is easy to prepare and can be incorporated to various dishes that would allow individuals to benefit from its vitamins and mineral content. Since it can be found easily, there are a lot of local viands and/or dishes that use saluyot as an ingredient. For instance, the Ilocanos use saluyot in their preparation of dinengdeng and bulangbulang. Fried saluyot are also mixed with sautéed bamboo shoots and dried beans. It is also integrated in mongo dishes, and in soups. Saluyot has been used to reduce wrinkles, as it also contains anti-oxidant substance http://crazyhomecooking.wordpress.com/2011/11/27/all-about-saluyot-jute-leaves/ According to Department of Agriculture, saluyot or jute has the following anti-aging benefits. I’m sure you’re gonna like its benefits. It’s better than any age defying cream. Jute leaves contain almost all of the nutrients needed by humans. But, the most important benefit is their high antioxidant property, primarily in the form of Vitamin E. These antioxidants combine with free radicals that cause problems like arthritis, hardening of arteries, heart and kidney ailments. Among the many benefits, saluyot contains:
• Vitamin A, which aids in repairing the body’s cells and improves eyesight. • Vitamin C or ascorbic acid, which improves blood circulation and helps lower the risk of cataracts and other eye disorders • Vitamin E, which slows down the aches and pains associated with aging, holds infertility at bay and increases stamina • A high percentage of calcium, which contributes to strong teeth and bones.
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