#5: Five Steps to Ripen and Store Papayas

          You already know how important papayas are to your health, especially your eyes and overall immune function. You've planned for smoothies or to you're teaching your teen how to make her first Immunonutrition dish, Papaya Salsa with Salmon. Now we need to know about storing the papayas you so patiently picked... Continue Reading →

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#4: Avoid 5 Forms of Papaya in Pregnant Women and Small Children

Papaya is a well-tolerated fruit in many third-world countries that have depended on it for centuries of homeopathic, plant-based herbal medicine. Since it is high in fiber and contains many enzymes that aid digestion, it is a great food choice for people with a sensitive stomach or gut. However, some forms of papaya are so... Continue Reading →

15 Reasons to Say, “Please Pass the Watermelon”

This tongue-in-cheek article is on the very serious subject of Immunonutrition. A little- used word in the general public, it is an international concept used by millions of medical professionals for at least the past 8 years. We at "The MD, PhD is In" would like to see that you know about it. Just for... Continue Reading →

#3: Five Steps: How to Pick a Papaya: “Be Picky”

The #1 Rule of Shopping for any fruit or vegetable: "Be Picky when you Pick a Papaya." 5 Steps to Follow when Picking a Pretty Papaya: If possible, always grow your own produce from non-pesticide seeds, buy from a well-established and reputable farmer, or go certified organic. Procure the purest papaya, purposefully picked with purity... Continue Reading →

#1: Ten Reasons to Choose Papaya for Immunonutrition

Papaya is also known as "pawpaw" or "papaw." The Yellow, Ripe Papaya. Note that there is very little green on it. Image Courtesy: http://www.buyfruit.com.au The papaya's fruit, seeds and leaves have been used for lots of benefits. Here are 10 Reasons to Choose Papaya for Immunonutrition: Anti-bacterial: For example, Carica papaya extract was found to exert anti-bacterial... Continue Reading →

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