Purdue University Papaya Research

March 14, 2010 at 9:35 pm Leave a comment

Hi All,

   Just wanted to share a link  regarding some new research done by Purdue University.   The research and the article talk about the benefits of Papaya http://ozcarguide.com/health/health-a-z/cancer/2361-papaya-benefits-cancer-cure Now you all know how I feel about this superfood.  I am a BIG FAN.   As parents with  6 month olds will all agree, they are interested many things when it comes to their babies  in the top ten are eating, sleeping, peeing and pooping!!!  Papin is an enzyme that occurs naturally in Papaya.  Papin aids in digestion so hello dirty diaper.  Papaya is also an excellent source of Vitamin C without all of the acid.  Hello antioxidants and goodbye tummy ache.  Mello tummy, means good night baby!   So don’t let the fact that Papaya doesn’t taste sweet stop you.  It is an amazing Superfood  for your child to learn to love.  It will certainly serve your child well now and into adulthood.

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