How to use the leftover fruits and vegetables’ peels

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How to use the leftover fruits and vegetables peels

We all know that fruits and vegetables are a must-haves to have a healthy lifestyle. They are full of nutrients and provide ample nourishment to the body as needed. That is why people like to have fruits and vegetables every day. However, there is something that nobody pays attention to when it comes to consuming fruits and vegetables, that is the peels of them. People usually think that the peels of the fruits and vegetables are useless. However, that is far from the truth. In fact, the fruits and the vegetables’ peel have many amazing possibilities as well. They can help to add to your health in the best possible manner. So, let’s find out how to use the fruit and vegetables’ peels. (Also read: What things you must never do when you are eating)

To reduce the yellowness on the teeth
The peels of banana and orange are full of magnesium, magnesium and potassium. So, you can simply rub them on your teeth to get rid of the yellow teeth issue.

To remove the tiredness from the eye
The peel of potato contains enzymes and vitamin C which help to reduce the swelling and tiredness in case of your eyes. To use the potato peels for the same purpose, you have to refrigerate the potatoes’ peel for 10-15 minutes. Let the peels cool down and put them your eyes for 15 to 20 minutes. Then wash up with cool water. (Also read: What foods and drinks you must avoid while dealing with a hangover)

To scrub and moisturize your skin
Many fruits and vegetables are good for your skin, so are their peels. The peels of lemon, apple, pomegranate, banana, papaya etc contain antioxidants and other skin-friendly nutrients to help your skin. You can use these peels to scrub and moisture your skin.

To clean the utensil
Both lemon and grapefruit’s peels contain citric acid. This acid is wonderful to clean utensils made of copper brass and other metals. It makes the utensil lustrous and clean.

Jelly making
The jelly can be prepared using the peels of various fruits. It is healthy and really tasty. (Also read: What are the myth surrounding the vegetarian diet)

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