After Reading This You’ll Never Throw Onion Skin Away Ever Again!

Onions are used in almost all the food we make. It cannot be replaced. But, we always throw away its peel and that is the biggest mistake we make.

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Many antioxidants are present in the onion peel. They have a lot of health benefits.

A lot of dietary fiber, antioxidants and flavonoids are found in its outer brown layer. They are all good for the skin. The skin actually has more antioxidants than onion by itself.

The onion skin also has quercetin. It is a wonderful pigment and very powerful. It prevents clogging of arteries and reduces hypertension. It also has antibacterial, anti cancer and anti fungal properties. It also has flavonoids. These destroy free radicals since they are good antioxidants.

Thus, onion skin will improve your health and will reduce the following risks:

  • Obesity
  • Colon cancer
  • Type 2 diabetes
  • Cardiovascular diseases
  • Gastrointestinal problems

Onion skin tea recipe

  • Take all the onion skins in a jar
  • To make tea, add a few pieces to a bowl, add boiling water to them and cover it.
  • Soak for 15 minutes
  • Strain and drink, usually before bed.

It helps those with anemia because of the sedative properties.

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It can also be added to soups and stews since it cannot be eaten.

Because of its insoluble fiber which helps with the peristaltic movement of colon, onion skin is considered to be very healthy. This fiber detoxifies the body, balances pH and prevents cancer growth.

Note: pregnant women and nursing mothers should not use it.


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