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Amala & Ewedu Combo

DPV Series: Amala eaten with ewedu soup.

Today's D-Amala Product Value series looks at a delicacy. 
Nigerian Bulletin celebrates this delicacy and we celebrate them for it.
While it is very possible to enjoy our Amala with any kind of soup of your choice, this article reviews the most popular, core and undeniable vegetable to eat it with.
Visit their page to read all about it by clicking here but we extracted their 10 reasons why Amala and Ewedu is important for your quick review.

10 Reasons why Amala and Ewedu combo makes sense:

  • Amala is a good source of Vitamin B6 which is needed by the body to break down a substance called homocysteine, which can damage blood vessels walls.
  • Amala contains an enzyme that provides a natural alternative to hormonal replacement in women who have reached menopause.
  • Amala is a good source of energy.
  • Amala is one of the good sources of minerals such as copper, calcium, potassium, iron, manganese, and phosphorus.
  • Amala is good for diabetics since it is made from yam. Yam is a low glycemic index healthy food
  • Ewedu leaves contains Vitamins A, C and E which protect the body from degenerative diseases. Ever wondered why women in South-West Nigeria stay young forever? , well, here's the answer : the ACE vitamins are beautifying vitamins, they increase collagen production keeping the skin firm and young-looking.
  • Ewedu is a good source of fiber. Dietary fiber help reduce constipation.
  • Ewedu is rich in Calcium which contributes to strong teeth and bones.
  • Ewedu leaf is used to relief pains and possess some anti tumour properties.
  • Ewedu leaf is rich in beta-carotone which supports good eyesight.
Still doubting? Your body is not. 
Try this spectacular combo today especially with our 
D-Amala Brown Yam flour!