About Sesame seeds

 Sesame seeds

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Sesame seeds have been used as a health food for disease prevention in Asian countries for several

thousand years. They significantly increase plasma g-tocopherol and enhance vitamin E activity, which are

believed to prevent human aging-related diseases such as cancer and heart disease. Culinary use of sesame

seed includes the decoration of bread and cookies, to produce paste added to certain dishes, and in desserts

such as sweetened tahin. Sesame oil is a cooking and salad oil. Nutritionally, sesame seeds are rich in oil with

high levels of unsaturated fatty acids, mainly oleic and linoleic, protein, specially high levels of methionine, and

micronutrients such as minerals, lignans, tocopherol, and phytosterol. Studies have shown that sesame oil

can inhibit human colon cancer growth in vitro, lower blood pressure, decrease lipid peroxidation, and

increase antioxidant status in hypertensive patients. In vitro and animal studies have shown that sesame seed

is a rich source of mammalian lignan precursors, which may have protective effects against hormone-related

diseases such as breast cancer. Sesamin, a major lignan of sesame seeds, exerts multiple functions, such as

an antihypertensive effect, and cholesterol, lipid-lowering, and anticancer activities. It also induces growth

inhibition in human cancer cells by regulating cyclin D1 protein expression in various kinds of human tumor

cells. Sesame seeds are protected by a capsule only until the seeds are fully ripe. The ripening time of

thcropsis different, so the farmers cut the plants by hand and place them vertically so that all the capsules are

returned. With the discovery of Langham in 1943, nothing destructive was created, moving towards the

development of a product resistant to all types of fractures. Although researchers have made significant

progress in sesame cultivation, the continuing crop losses are due to limited US domestic production.

Maintaining the health of the body along with mental health makes a person happy, so try to maintain it.

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