You Will Never Throw Onion Peels Ever Again After Reading This

Did you know that almost 60% of the food in the world is thrown away? 

Most of the food never got the chance to be consumed in proper way and a little of that gets the luck to turn in compost.

Onion in particular is one of those foods. They are a staple in homemade salads, DIY curries, and, of course, for an amazing pizza topping.

Though onion skins are not edible, diet experts say if we throw away the peels, we are too wasting the nutrients that can boost health. The onion is very healthy vegetable and has many antibacterial goods.

These usually discarded scraps can also make meals go further. The healthy benefits can be reaped by adding it to stock, to give a rich taste when cooking soups and stews, and then removing it before serving.

According to a latest research, the outer skins of onions are a rich source of flavonoids, especially of quercetin, which is a potent antioxidant and anti-inflammatory compound.

Scientists says that plants which can’t move around, can produce what they need, to defend, protect, and heal themselves. 

The compounds plants produce as a reaction to stress can help you if being under similar circumstances.

This explanation adds up that plants would concentrate many of the protective compounds in their outer coverings, which is the point where most environmental assaults can take place.

Benefits of using onion skins:

- Decreases LDL cholesterol and blood pressure
- Fights allergies
- Reduces inflammation
- Supports muscle growth and function
- Treats depression
- Treats some forms of cancer, and other conditions.

Other uses for onion skins
- soothing wash for the itch of scabies and other skin problems.
- can be use as a softening and smoothing hair rinse. 

(Source: OrganicFacts)
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