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- Cut long juliennes of green papaya and cabbage.
- Then, finely chop the apple and blanched broccoli.
- Mix broccoli and apple to the papaya and cabbage and then keep aside.
- Then, mix the ingredients of the dressing.
- Toss over the dressing over the mixture of papaya, apple, broccoli, and cabbage.
Health benefits of Raw Papaya Salad
- Raw papaya can help you cleanse your body and improve digestion.
- Also, it contains enzymes like papain which helps in promoting the secretion of gastric acids for digestion.
- Raw papaya is beneficial in treating a respiratory infection, throat infection, or any other body inflammations, including menstrual cramps.
- Broccoli contains multiple potent antioxidants that may support healthy cells and tissues throughout your body.
- Eating broccoli also lowers blood sugar and improves diabetic control.
- Adding to that, Sulforaphane, a compound found in broccoli, also helps to slow the aging process.
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