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Calcium is one of the most common minerals in the body, but many of us have calcium deficiency.
Your body needs about 1200 mg of calcium per day, but unfortunately your body receives only half of what it needs.
This mineral is essential for regulating heart beats, transmitting nerve impulses, stimulating hormonal secretions, blood clotting, building and maintaining bone health.
Because the body loses calcium every day through the skin, nails, hair, sweat, urine and feces, calcium intake is very important.
Without calcium, the muscles do not move. A calcium deficiency can cause muscle cramps or muscles will be unable to pull the nerve impulses needed to contract the muscles.
Also, a low calcium intake makes the body turn to bone calcium reserves, which leads to osteoporosis. Fortunately, calcium is a mineral that is found in the composition of many foods. Rich in nutrients, vegetable milk is the best alternative to replacing dairy products.
In addition, vegetable milk does not contain lactose, casein, saturated fat or cholesterol.
This milk contains unsaturated fatty fat.
Sesame provides an extraordinary source of fiber. 100 grams of sesame seeds giving us 48% of the recommended daily fiber dose, 36% of the recommended daily protein dose.
Also, 100 grams of sesame contain 0.3 grams of sugar, 468 milligrams of potassium and only 11 milligrams of sodium.
Moreover, 100 grams of sesame contain 81% Iron, 40% Vitamin B-6, and 87% Magnesium. What’s even more important, 100 grams of sesame seeds gives us 97% of the recommended daily calcium dose.
In fact, sesame milk is the richest in calcium of all variants of vegetable milk.
One glass of sesame milk contains 352 milligrams of calcium, while one glass of milk contains 291 milligrams of calcium.
Due to the content of sesamin and sesamolin, substances found in sesame seeds and which no other plant contains us, sesame milk possesses anti-aging properties. These substances produce a substantial antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, anticancer effect and contribute to lowering the cholesterol levels.
Sesamin and sesamolin help against hypoxia or brain injuries.
Because sesame seeds offer a significant source of phytosterols, their milk delivers many benefits in improving heart health.
Additionally, this milk provides countless anti-inflammatory benefits helping to reduce the pains caused by rheumatoid arthritis.
If you don’t know sesame milk is a natural aid to the health of bones and blood vessels.
Sesame milk can be prepared easily and quickly at home.
This milk can be drink as it is or used in various recipes of smoothies or milkshakes.
To make a glass of sesame use 4-5 tablespoons of whole sesame seeds and 250 milliliters of spring water.
Wash well the sesame seeds.
Soaking the sesame for 4-5 hours.
After these hours put the sesame seeds and that water in a blender. Mix well for 1-2 minutes.
You drink together with the pulp or strain it.
To improve the slightly bitter taste of sesame milk, you can add a pinch of vanilla, 1-2 dates or one one banana.
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