As we know that everything has its some side effects or benefits and benefits of Eggplants include the ability to prevent cancer and diabetes, lower cholesterol and improve the immunity. In the case of side effects, the eggplant can cause allergic reactions, rashes, nausea & throat swelling.
The Aubergine and Recommendations
Eggplant is known as aubergine according to British English and its Scientific name is Solanum Melongena. In continents like South Asia, South Africa, and Southeast Asia, it is known as brinjal. It is a member of genus solanum, so it is also related to potato and Tomato. The plant is quite delicate which is cultivated in tropical perennial as a half hardy or tender temperature.
According to different reports, it has come to the light that eggplant can result in some kind of allergic reactions. It could include nausea and throat swelling, although some more common reactions which include rashes and itchiness.
Parents should take care that their children are not allergic to eggplants. Common antihistamines could treat the allergies of plants.
Chefs also do recommend that whenever you are using eggplants in food, it should be fresh and young for the best combination of taste and nutrition.
When the plant is served with the skin then it is better for the source of nutrients and could be peeled.
The NY Times said..
According to the New York Times, it has been noticed that it contains nicotinic acid, which is quite similar to the molecular structure. If you are planning to eat many brinjals raw, then there are a few things you might want to consider.
There could be chances that many of the people are quite allergic to plant and could result in gastrointestinal issues.
Eggplants are vegetable of purple, white and green color, which could grow in different sizes like large, round etc. If you talk about it in a technical manner than it is for sure that, it is known as fruit. They are used as vegetables when it is cooked as food. They are short lived and well known as perennial vegetables but are generally cultivated annually.