Tuesday, June 28, 2011
Purple Corn: High Fiber for Cleansing
Purple Corn is the answer. Aside from its rich antioxidant content, we all know how even ordinary corn is rich in fibers. Constipation should be over with a few gulps of purple corn. And the real good news about it all is that purple corn is rich in anthocyanin, an antioxidant that greatly de-stresses the colon. Anthocyanin has a powerful anti-inflammation property, and this does the trick.
Colon cancer is often due to severe lack of fiber in the diet, making it difficult for the colon to do its job well. Thus, sometimes, deadly residues stubbornly stick to the colon walls like rock. This triggers free radical cells to reign and take over in chaos. If you lack fiber and the needed natural nutrients to combat free radicals, you're in danger of getting terribly sick.
Purple corn soothes colon stress due to inflammation caused by a blockage in the intestinal system. In a way, the anthocyanin in purple corn "cools down" a convulsing overheating "reactor." Just imagine good natural fiber and anthocyanin doing a powerful job together at cleaning and conditioning your colon.
Ordinary corn has 2 grams of dietary fiber per 100-gram serving. Thus, eating corn regularly does wonders to our intestinal system. However, if you ingest purple corn regularly, you get fiber plus lots of anthocyanin. The corn in juice form may have reduced the fiber content a bit, but it definitely has the same anthocyanin richness. Latest findings show that purple corn has more anthocyanin than blueberries--the difference is more than double.
Soon, we will be coming out with Purple Corn Coffee. So watch out for it! Remember to always ask your doctor about the health benefits of purple corn for you.