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  • Eggplant is the name that United States and Australia called, UK people call it aubergine, and South Asia and South Africa people call it brinjal. It is a plant species in the nightshade family Solanaceae. Solanum melongena is grown worldwide for its edible fruit.

  • The normally kind is the purple one, the spongy, absorbent fruit is used in various cuisines. Eggplant is nutritionally low in macronutrient and micronutrient content, but the capability of the fruit to absorb oils and flavours into its flesh through cooking expands its use in the culinary arts.

  • Although often considered a vegetable, but it is a berry by botanical definition. As a member of the genus Solanum, it is related to tomato and potato. Like the tomato, its skin and seeds can be eaten, but like the potato, it is usually eaten cooked.

  • How does it look like? The stem of eggplant is often spiny. The flowers are white to purple in colour, with a five-lobed corolla and yellow stamens. Some common cultivars have fruit that is egg-shaped, glossy, and purple with white flesh and a spongy, “meaty” texture. Some other cultivars are white and longer in shape. The cut surface of the flesh rapidly turns brown when the fruit is cut open( oxidation).


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Many report these Benefits

  • High in Antioxidants. Antioxidants are substances that help protect the body from damage caused by harmful substances known as free radicals and help to prevent some chronic diseases, like heart disease and cancer. Eggplants especially are rich in anthocyanins, which is a type of pigment with antioxidant properties that’s responsible for their vibrant colour.

  • May Promote Blood Sugar Control. Eggplants are high in fibre, which passes through the digestive system intact. Fibre can lower blood sugar by slowing the rate of digestion and absorption of sugar in the body. Slower absorption keeps blood sugar levels steady and prevents spikes and crashes.

  • Could Help With Weight Loss. Eggplants are high in fibre and low in calories, making them an excellent addition to any weight loss regimen. Fibre moves through the digestive tract slowly and can promote fullness and satiety, reducing calorie intake.