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today we’re going to talk about the benefits of marshmallows I’m sorry marshmallow root okay you definitely don’t want to be consuming marshmallows because it you know it’s slightly high in sugar corn syrup is the first ingredient and then sugar probably not cane sugar it’s going to be beet sugar so we have GMO GML GMO that’s corn sugar dextrose they make it synthetically from corn so that’s another GMO modified food starch which is something that will spike your insulin by 300% other than that it’s perfectly healthy but it makes things taste better than it really is gelatin and tetrasodium pyrophosphate which is a preservative now marshmallows have been around for about two thousand years the Egyptians originally came up with a cake made from marshmallow root and honey in grains okay then come fast-forward to I think it was like 1905 a company came out with marshmallow candy which they actually used marshmallow root in this candy nowadays when you try to buy a marshmallow they leave out the marshmallow root they take this concentrated sugar mix puff it up with air and come up with this spongy marshmallow which you can then use over your campfire as you caramelize that sugar which basically you’re gliding it you’re basically making these sticky proteins that are gonna clog up your arteries but other than that marshmallows are totally fine let’s talk about the benefits of marshmallow root they have a very large amount of something called musalla CH which is a thick gooey substance like a fluffy marshmallow compound but marshmallow root is really good to help soothe mouth ulcers any type of irritation in your throat stomach ulcers gastritis any type of inflammatory condition in your stomach or or in your small intestine or large intestine or ulcers in your intestine it’s an anti-inflammatory and it’s also very beneficial to support your mucous membranes so it’s good for the sinuses it’s also good for the skin and a lot of people take it with other things as a colon cleanser and some people even put it on their hair because it’s good for your hair so I just wanted to mention the benefits of marshmallow root not the benefits of actual marshmallows so if you want more knowledge on how to create a healthy body subscribe now and get daily notifications
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0:05 Why not to consume marshmallow
1:42 Benefits of marshmallow root
Today, we’re going to talk about the benefits of marshmallow root.
This shouldn’t be confused with marshmallow candy. You should not consume marshmallows because they contain:
• Corn syrup
• Modified food starch
Marshmallow root contains a substance called mucilage, which is thick and gooey.
Marshmallow root benefits:
• Helps soothe mouth ulcers
• Helps soothe a sore throat
• Helps soothe stomach ulcers
• Helps soothe intestinal ulcers
• Anti-inflammatory properties
• Supports mucus membranes
• Good for the skin and hair
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