why tahini is important
Tahini is not only delicious, but also has high nutritional value, especially calcium, iron, and rich in protein. These are all necessary nutrients to maintain the function of the body. Long bones cannot be separated from calcium, and blood can not be separated from iron. Protein is various The main raw material of tissues and organs, so that tahini is not just a sweet and delicious food, it has many functions and effects that everyone would never expect.
The calcium content in tahini is much higher than that of vegetables and beans. Eating tahini often, especially for children, can promote bone and tooth development and effectively prevent rickets.
2.Prevent iron deficiency anemia
Sesame butter is rich in protein, iron, calcium, phosphorus, riboflavin, and aromatic sesamol. These substances are nutrients required for physical development. Adding sesame butter to the diet in an appropriate amount is good for correcting and preventing iron deficiency anemia.
The sesame butter is rich in linoleic acid, soft phospholipids, and vitamin E, especially the linoleic acid content is as high as 50%. A proper amount of sesame butter can help soften blood vessels. Vitamin E has antioxidant and anti-inflammatory effects. Improves body resistance and delays aging; in addition, sesame sauce also contains lecithin, which can prevent premature whitening or hair loss.
Tahini contains a large amount of zinc. Zinc is involved in the synthesis and degradation of insulin. In the absence of zinc in the human body, the synthesis of insulin decreases.
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