Eggplant -prevents Kidney Stones, encourages good Digestion

Increased quantity of expelled urine, and thereby disposal of the Toxins from our body is enabled by the proper and stimulated function of the Kidneys. The chances of this might be greater if we include Eggplant in our diet. By adding Eggplant to our Recipes, we also do something against the formation of Kidney Stones. So far the results from consuming Eggplants have shown that they are beneficial for the normal levels of Blood pressure, and consequently, they keep our Heart and Arteries healthy.


In case of increased Gastric acid and digestive problems, Eggplants, accompanied with their cleansing effect on the Intestines, as well as stimulating effect on the Pancreas, are vegetables that one should seriously consider adding in their meals.

Eggplants, just like Tomatoes, are very rich source of Phytochemicals (these compounds are known to prevent Cancer). They can be consumed raw if ripe and if that’s not the case, then cooked and added as an ingredient in a great variety of Recipes. By cooking, the Eggplant loses the alkaloid which tends to interfere with the Digestion.

Energy 26 kcal Proteins 1.02 g
Carbohydrate 3.57 g Dietary Fiber 2.50 g
Vitamin A 9 µg Vitamin B1 0.052 mg
Vitamin B2 0.034 mg Vitamin B3 0.748 mg
Vitamin B6 0.084 mg Vitamin B9 19 µg
Vitamin C 1.7 mg Vitamin E 0.03 mg
Sodium 3 mg Calcium 7 mg
Phosphor 22 mg Magnesium 14 mg
Iron 0.27 mg Potassium 217 mg
Zinc 0.14 mg Total Fat 0.18 g
Saturated Fat 0.034 g Cholesterol 0