Fenugreek pods are called drumsticks in English. It is rich in vitamin A, C, B1, B2, B3, B6, folate and calcium, potassium, iron.
Curry leaves are rich in folate, vitamin A and B. 100 grams of curry leaves have 97 calories, soluble and insoluble fiber is high. Curry leaves also help in reducing the increased bad cholesterol and keeping the stomach clean.
These diseases stay away due to the pods of fenugreek
Fenugreek seeds are rich in vitamin C. Which helps to increase immunity. Immunity is essential in rains. Due to this you can stay away from many diseases. The antioxidants present in it help in reducing inflammation in the body. It is also good for hair and skin.
These diseases stay away due to curry leaves
Curry leaves prevent gas, acidity and flatulence. Curry leaves improve digestion by eliminating these problems. Curry leaves flush out toxins from the body and help in reducing extra fat.
Stay away from these diseases in monsoon
Green leafy vegetables should not be eaten during monsoons. The fine green worm sitting on it is often not seen and is feared to enter our stomach. Leafy vegetables also contain more soil and mud during monsoons than other seasons. Even if the leafy vegetables are washed thoroughly, the germs on them do not disappear.
Foods like cabbage, cauliflower and spinach should not be eaten as leafy vegetables often harbor invisible insects during monsoons. Eating these vegetables can cause stomach ache and other related problems. Eating raw or uncooked food, especially from street vendors, can increase the risk of foodborne illness, said Dr. Raosaheb Rathod, Gastroenterologist, Hepatologist and Therapeutic Endoscopist, Medicover Hospitals, Navi Mumbai.