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Hay Greek - Pag. 5


Hay Greek: natural ingredient of WonderOver

History and curiosities (continued ...)
  • Thanks to the low lysine / arginine ratio of protein fraction, the high percentage of lecithin, saponins (they bind to cholesterol and prevent the uptake) and fiber (which through the inhibition of lipase prevents the digestion of fats), hay greek is also very useful for reducing the rate of blood cholesterol
  • In the unsaponifiable there was a B vitamin responsible for the activities galactogogue
  • Contains flavonoids (phytoestrogens), whose action in regulating the hormonal production facilitates the development of the mammary glands which ’feed’ of estrogen. The seeds of hay greek have recently gained some interest as a raw material for the production of diosgenin used in the synthesis of steroid hormones
  • It is known from ancient times for its galactogogue property, ie, stimulation of the mammary glands to produce milk (as a result of the stimulus to the secretion of prolactin) in nursing - the stimulating action of hormones contributes greatly to the development of the breast in all women, which is also the main receptor for estrogen in the female body.
Other features and properties of hay greek

It is a plant full of important active ingredients including lysine, which significantly increases the difficult absorption of calcium, which is essential during breastfeeding, not only for the baby but also for the mother. There are also linoleic acid, oleic acid, palmitic acid and stearic acid, calcium and iron, vitamin B complex, vitamin A and C.

Constituents of greek hay

The greek hay has a high nutritional value for the richness of: carbohydrates, proteins, nucleus proteins, fosfatil choline and lecithin. It also contains:

  • Minerals: calcium, magnesium, phosphorus, iron, which is absorbed quickly, potassium, sulfur, sodium, chloride, silicamineral salts, enzymes
  • Saponins: especially the sapogenins diosgenin (from which are extracted the hormones synthetic production) and its isomer yamogenina, gitogenina and tigogenina
  • Flavonoids: including vitexin and the glycosides and esters isovixetina, Orientina, vinenine 1 and 2, quercetin and luteolin. It contains steroidal compounds
  • Fenugrecina: foreign peptidic of a steroid sapogenin has a hypoglycemic action as well as cardiotonic and anti-inflammatory properties. From aqueous extracts of the seeds has been demonstrated stimulation of the uterus and intestines and a positive chronotropic effect on the heart
  • High content of essential amino acids easily available in nature, such as Lysine (high amount of lysine than soy makes it a food with high nutritional value). The glycosides Furostanic taste bitter and may be the bitter principle of the drug
  • Alkaloids, mucilage, sterols: Cholesterol, Sitosterol, Flavonoids. The seeds of hay greek have recently gained some interest as a raw material for the production of diosgenin used in the synthesis of steroid hormones.
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