Young Corn Benefits You may often eat processed corn in stir- fry or soup. In addition to that evokes a sense of taste, corn also has a high content of nutrients that are beneficial to health. According WHFoods.org, vegetables are rich in thiamine or vitamin B1.

 In addition to benefit the body's metabolism, thiamine is an essential nutrient for brain cells and cognitive function. Consumption of thiamine is required for the body to produce acetylcholine, a neurotransmitter essential for maintaining memory skills.

Baby corn is also rich in vitamin B5 that help improve physiological function, vitamin C which helps fight various diseases and folate which helps regenerate body cells and prevent birth defects in the fetus. According NaturalHomeRemedies.org, folate content also effectively lowers homocysteine ​​levels in the body.

Homocysteine ​​is an amino acid that can damage blood vessels. Elevated levels of homocysteine ​​in the body can directly cause heart attacks, stroke and peripheral vascular disease. While the fiber content helps digestive problems like constipation.

 The content of this fiber is also beneficial to reduce levels of cholesterol, reducing the risk of colon cancer and helps lower blood sugar levels in diabetics. As quoted from the pages of Times of India, some experts merekomensadikan corn consumption in patients with anemia.

 Seeing the wealth of nutrients in these vegetables, they also recommend corn presented in the daily diet.