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Greek Hay: natural ingredient of Zetastop

Greek Hay: natural ingredient of ZetastopAnnual herbaceous plant native to Asia, was introduced into Europe in the ninth century and has become subspontanea in Mediterranean regions. Straight trunk and cable, composed of 3 small leaves toothed leaves, yellowish flowers triangular (Trigonos in greek, hence the botanical name), produces prismatic or rhomboidal seeds that are harvested when fully ripe color reddish brown mowing down the plant and then drying it by separating for beating and subsequent sieving.

Even the Egyptians knew the seeds of hay greek for their lactogenic properties and anthelmintic (Erbers Papyrus, 1550 BC).
Among the Arabs was also used as an aphrodisiac as well as in the treatment of diabetes.

The properties marked stimulants metabolism and antianemic are due to the presence of organic phosphorus, lecithin, minerals (iron, calcium and manganese in particular), B vitamins and protein of high biological value (containing all essential amino acids), which act in synergy by stimulating different routes of the intermediary metabolism thus revitalizing the entire body.

Also notable is the osteogenic activity for contemporary intake of vitamin D, calcium and phosphorus. The high fiber content (for amylase inhibition and incorporation of starch in the mucilage produced by the fibers themselves), while the presence of trigonelline, ac. nicotinic acid and traces of coumarins are responsible for the hypoglycemic action.

Thanks to the low lysine / arginine ratio of protein fraction, the high percentage of lecithin, saponins (will bind to the cholesterol by preventing absorption) and fiber (which through the inhibition of lipase prevents the digestion of fats), hay greek is also very useful to reduce the rate of blood cholesterol.

Greek Hay: natural ingredient of ZetastopIn the unsaponifiable there was a B vitamin responsible for galacto-
gogue activity.
It contains flavonoids (phytoestro-
gens), whose action in regulating the hormonal production facilita-
tes development of the mammary glands which ’feed’ of estrogen. The seeds of hay greek have recently received some interest as a possible starting material for the production of Diosgenin employed in the synthesis of steroid hormones.

It is known from antiquity his galactogogue property, that is, stimulation of the mammary glands to produce milk (as a result of the stimulus to the secretion of prolactin) in lactating mothers - in all the women the stimulating action of hormones contributes greatly to the development of the breast, the main receptor of estrogen in the female body (see Wonderup the natural product of Naturdieta for the beauty and growth of the breast).

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