About Tahini

Tahini is a healing food made by separating the sesame from its peels by waiting it in salty water, roasting and then crushing. Tahini, which is frequently used in Lebanese, Palestinian, Turkish kitchens, is consumed in various forms. Sesame is a nutrient rich in protein. In this article, we will tell you all the details of tahini, its benefits and harms.



Especially as one of the indispensable of breakfast meals, when consumed in winter, it is possible to be protected against diseases with tahini. Because of its intense taste, It is eaten by being mixed with nutritious sweet mixes such as molasses and honey. Tahini halva is one of the most popular foods made from tahini.

 

Uses of Tahini?


Highly useful tahini is a food that can be consumed in many ways. The food, which is mostly consumed as tahini halva, meets molasses, and its nutritionality increases even more. It has different uses not only in Turkish cuisine but also in world cuisines.

 

While it is used in the frying of meat and vegetables in many countries, it is preferred for women who have given birth in China to recover quickly after birth. In India; Facial massage is performed with tahini and it is believed that this process has a lowering effect on body temperature.

 

system. In this regard, we can say that molasses complements the vitamins that the body needs. In general, we can list the benefits as follows;

 

It is used as a supportive treatment in liver diseases as it balances blood circulation.
It has been proved by scientific researches that it prevents the formation and growth of cancer cells.
It is protective against heart diseases.
The high content of carbohydrates, iron and fat provides the body with energy.
It is rich in calcium.
Molasses, which plays a role in cleaning the intestines, is also recommended as a supportive treatment in colon cancer.
In addition, it is a food rich in magnesium, selenium, vitamin B6 and potassium.
It is rich in antioxidants. In this way, it removes toxic substances in the body, provides protection against diseases.
It strengthens the immune system.
It is good for abdominal pain, cramps and pain during the menstrual period.
People with iron deficiency are recommended to consume a few tablespoons a day.
Researches have shown that it prevents obesity.
It has positive contributions to sexual health.
It is beneficial in the development of bones and muscles.
Food with anti-inflammatory properties is useful in inflammatory diseases such as rheumatism.