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HomeHealth10 Magical Benefits Of Onions That Keep The Doctor Away 10 Magical Benefits of Onions That Keep the Doctor AwayHarnoor Channi-Tiwary , NDTV Food | Updated: March 10, 2017 13:55 ISTTweeterfacebookGoogle Plus Reddit 10 Magical Benefits of Onions That Keep the Doctor Away Highlights North Indians love onions with thier mealsThis tradition is backed by scientific knowledgeOnions are a powerhouse of benefits I was born in Delhi and spent most of my childhood here. It was only in college that I left for Ahmedabad and later worked for a few years in Mumbai. As a food enthusiast, I realised early on in life that there is so much variety in India, that you can spend a lifetime sampling it and yet not end up trying everything. Every state, or rather each district, has its own unique cuisine, love for certain ingredients and traditions around food. The one thing that I noticed most when I moved from Delhi to West India, was the absence of onions on my thali, in Maharashtra, Gujarat or even further south like Karnataka and Kerala. There was the odd chopped 'kaanda' alongside pav bhaji, but that was a rarity with other dishes. Onions are a staple in parts of North India - Punjab, Haryana, UP, Rajasthan, etc. No meal is complete without some raw onion on the side. Can you imagine a plate of chole bhature without lachcha pyaz? Or a seekh kebab without onion dunked in green chutney? Onion may be a humble ingredient but it holds centrestage in our meals here. Like many traditions, this one too has it's basis in scientific reasoning. My grandmother would squash a whole onion with the palm of her hand and add it to our plates in summers. Fondly called 'mukka pyaz', it was meant to keep us cool in this scorching heat. Biji (grandmom) wasn't wrong. Besides many other benefits, onion also has cooling properties. Here's a look at some of the incredible benefits of raw onions. fried onion Nutritional Composition of Raw Onions One cup of chopped onion contains approximately: a) 64 calories b) 15 grams of carbohydrate c) 0 grams of fat d) 3 grams of fiber e) 2 grams of protein f) 0 grams of cholesterol g) 7 grams of sugar h) 10% or more of the daily value for vitamin C, vitamin B-6 and manganese. i) They also contain small amounts of calcium, iron, folate, magnesium, phosphorus and potassium and the antioxidants quercetin and sulfur. sliced onion 10 Magical Benefits of Raw Onions 1) Raw onion is known to lower the production of LDL (bad cholesterol) and keep your heart healthy. 2) The vitamin C (which remains intact while they are in the raw form) along with the phytochemicals present in onions helps build immunity. 3) Quercetin, a powerful compound found in onions, has been suggested to play a role in preventing cancer, especially stomach and colorectal cancers. 4) Chromium, also present in this root vegetable, may help regulate blood sugar. 5) A mixture of onion juice and honey (which helps make it less pungent) is said to be effective as a cure for fever, common cold, allergies, etc. 6) Keep a small piece of onion under the nostrils and inhale, to stop or slow down a nose bleed. Cold Season Vegetable from Ooty. Cultivate by The Earth Trust Society

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