The pumpkin (giraumon) has a smooth, yellowish-orange skin with a creamish to orange colour flesh. It has a pleasant squash-like taste. Their flat, edible seeds (pepitas) are tender and is also mildly sweet. Pumpkins (giraumon) are rich in fiber. It keeps the tummy full as well as causes less appetite. People frequently associate the squash type known as pumpkin (giraumon) with traditional Halloween decorations or Thanksgiving pie fillings. But aside from famous holidays, pumpkin plant flesh offers a number of health advantages. Although it has little calories, it is high in vitamins and minerals, which are also present in its seeds, leaves and fluids.
HOW TO STORE PUMPKIN (GIRAUMON):
It will last for several weeks if kept in a cool, dark and well-ventilated area. Store pumpkins (giraumon) upside down (so the stalk is on the bottom). It is suitable to use a piece of cardboard as a mat for the pumpkin if storing on the floor. Also, once cut, it should be stored in the refrigerator in an airtight container where it will keep for about a week.
Its low value of calorie makes it a weight-loss-friendly food. Its nutrients and antioxidants may boost your immune system, protect your eyesight, lower your risk of certain cancers as well as promote heart and skin health. Pumpkin (giraumon) is one of the most well-known sources of beta carotene and has many other wonderful health benefits. The brilliant coloration of orange vegetables and fruits is caused by beta carotene, a potent antioxidant. Any beta carotene consumed by the body is transformed into vitamin A. Foods strong in beta carotene are likely to have the following advantages when consumed:
-Lowering the probability of getting some cancers.
-Providing defense against heart disease and asthma.
-Lowering the danger of macular degeneration brought on by aging