Lupine Benefits

Lupine Benefits

On all the trips we take, we eat some of the foods designated for these nomads for entertainment, such as boiled corn, boiled beans, or any type of nuts, and today we will learn about a new type of these delicious foods, which is “lupine” with all its medicinal properties and many benefits. 

To our good health and wellness.

The benefits of lupine for health and disease prevention

1- Reducing the level of cholesterol in the blood

The high level of cholesterol in the blood causes many health problems, so it is necessary to try to prevent or reduce the level of cholesterol in the blood if it is high.

According to a study published in 2012 on the website (Science Direct) which specialized in articles and scientific studies, lupine pills significantly help to reduce the level of cholesterol in the blood, thus getting rid of the problems associated with its high percentage, so the next time you see a mobile seller of the thermos, do not hesitate to buy Little.

2- Do you suffer from diabetes? Eat a thermos!

Diabetes is one of the most common diseases nowadays, which affects all ages, but most of those affected are elderly, and due to the sensitivity of their large bodies, they may not be able to take the chemical medicines prescribed by the doctor or may not adhere to the doses.

Therefore, it is important to develop a healthy diet that supports medicines that fight diabetes, and according to a summary of a study published in 2006 on the “National Center for Biotechnology Information” (NCBI) website, lupine beans have properties that help reduce blood sugar, but these pills are not a cure. It is a food that supports the treatment prescribed by the specialist doctor.

It is also not recommended to take it in large quantities for people with diabetes without consulting a doctor.

3- lowering blood pressure

Unfortunately, many suffer from blood pressure problems, and despite the presence of medications to help regulate blood pressure, these problems are still increasing. 

Therefore, people with blood pressure disorders need to eat healthy foods that work as an aid to medical drugs in regulating human blood pressure.

According to an article published on the Health Benefits Times website, which specializes in health awareness, lupine contains “arginine” (an essential amino acid), which helps regulate blood pressure.

4- Lupine protects your heart from heart attacks and strokes

Of course, we all know that the heart is the most important muscle in the human body, as our lives depend on the work of this muscle, and therefore it is necessary to take care of it and protect it from all harm.

Lupine is very important for heart health, according to an article published on the Food To Live website, which specializes in the benefits of foods for health, lupine lowers the risk of clots, heart attacks, and strokes and controls heart rate, meaning that lupine significantly maintains the health of the heart and blood vessels.

5- What about thermos and extra weight? Does it help to lose weight?

Everyone must maintain their health and reduce the intake of harmful substances that cause obesity. But what can we do if we gain a few extra kilos!?

Certainly, the answer is natural foodstuffs rich in fiber that helps to feel full, but without making us any extra weight. 

According to a study published in 2010 on the “National Center for Biotechnology Information” (NCBI) website, legumes, including lupine, clearly help to lose weight or maintain weight. 

To lose weight without gaining new kilograms, according to a diet established by the specialist doctor to support this method of weight loss.

6- Helps improve digestion

Eating certain foods may cause us problems in the digestive system, these problems differ from one person to another, but the only constant thing is the importance of knowing the causes of these problems for us and trying to stay away from them.

According to an article published in 2015 on the “Nature World” website (a site specialized in publishing the benefits that natural foods provide us), lupine helps the digestive system to get rid of its various problems such as flatulence, stomach cramps, or inflammation of the intestines.

Therefore, it is recommended to eat lupine if you suffer from any of these problems, do not forget to eat lupine.

7- Lupine is the body’s shield against cancer

Some diseases, such as cancer, are still mostly incurable by science, so the materials that help modern medicine to combat this disease are being studied.

According to a study published in 2015, lupine contains genistein, which helps to fight cancer and prevent its spread, but remembers that lupine will not be enough to fight cancer, but it is necessary to continue with the treatment specified by the doctor and add a proper diet to it.

8- Here is this information about bone health and lupine

Have you ever heard of the importance of milk for bone health or exposure to the warm sun in the early morning? Today, science has come up with new information about substances that maintain bone health.

In an article published in 2015 on the (Live Strong) medical website, lupine has a very important percentage of manganese, which maintains the strong and solid bone structure, and it also contains an important percentage of magnesium, which maintains bone density.

9- Maintaining colon health

Some people suffer from colon problems, and the severity of these problems varies according to the degree of their development, but they certainly cause pain and inconvenience to the person affected by them, so scientists have studied some plant varieties that may help treat these problems.

According to a study published in 2006 on the website (Springer Link), which is specialized in publishing scientific studies, lupine has properties that help get rid of colon problems if they are accompanied by the medications prescribed by the doctor.

10- Various other benefits of thermos

Lupine still has some other benefits that you do not know about, according to an article published on Trendy Damsels (a site specialized in publishing benefits and health information). Lupine helps:

Zeyad Immunity: Lupine helps to eliminate various pathogens due to the various vitamins and minerals it has; And precisely because it contains vitamin C, lupine helps fight influenza and colds.

The benefits of lupine for the skin: Eating lupine helps to get rid of the effects of premature aging and skin spots and wrinkles, and lupine nourishes the skin and restores its freshness and luster.

The benefits of lupine for hair: Because of the high proportion of proteins in lupine, it helps to get thick, strong, and healthy hair, and the nutrients in lupine are minerals and vitamins that help nourish the hair.

Anemia: Lupine helps to get rid of anemia because it has a large amount of iron and vitamin C, and therefore lupine is the main food for people with anemia, as it helps produce "hemoglobin" (known as hemoglobin, a protein found in red blood cells that helps To transport oxygen to the cells of the body), lupine helps to get rid of various symptoms of anemia such as fatigue, shortness of breath and pallor.

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Let's learn about the possible side effects and harms of thermos

Lupine is not a sacred food. Despite all these characteristics and benefits that lupine provides us, it still has some side effects that we must know and take into account before eating lupine.

According to an article published on (Your Health Remedy), lupine causes, in very rare cases, some side effects:

If you have had an allergic reaction to peanuts, lupine may also cause an allergic reaction.

It may cause poisoning in very rare cases, and the symptoms of poisoning caused by eating lupine are:

Dilated pupils.

Sudden changes in mental state.

Tightening of the tongue and difficulty speaking.

Making uncoordinated movements (loss of body control).

Rapid or irregular heartbeat.



Dry mouth.

stomach ache.

Lupine names and how to eat it

The names of lupine vary according to the region or country in which it is located. The following is a list of its alternative names in Arab countries:

In Syria, Lebanon, Palestine, Algeria, Iraq, Jordan, and Oman (lupine).

In Morocco and Tunisia (bitter elephants).

In Egypt (lupine or Egyptian arugula).

lupine history

The stories with lupine go back to the era of the pharaohs during the rule of the Twelfth Dynasty of the Pharaohs, about 2000 BC. 

Later on, the cultivation of lupine was spread by the Romans who planted it throughout the kingdom, and today the Mediterranean basin regions are considered the areas that consume lupine in the world.

Lupine was also used by the Native Americans (Native Americans), as its cultivation began in South America before North, specifically in the Republic of Peru as it is known today.

How is lupine eaten?

Lupine is one of the important foods in evenings and friends’ meetings. It is a light and entertaining meal to pass the time. 

Lupine is eaten after soaking in salted water for several days. It is also sometimes sold in jars filled with salted water similar to pickles.

It can be eaten with its yellow peel or by removing its peel, as in Portugal, and lupine is used in Europe and Australia mainly as an additive to wheat flour to enhance the flavor of baked goods and enrich it with nutrients.

In the end. Lupine is one of the most popular entertainments in the Arab world, where it hardly misses any intimate session between friends and friends. 

It is one of the most delicious and most beneficial popular foods for the body, but unfortunately, it has some bad side effects. 

Therefore, do not forget to consult your doctor in case you suffer from any health problem to avoid endangering your health.

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