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Marrow is a type of summer squash, scientifically, known as Cucurbita pepo. It is typically green in color, somewhat like a fat zucchini. It has stripes, soft skin, as well as soft flesh inside.Marrow is a low-calorie vegetable that provides a high level of nutrients and is particularly important in the diets of certain cultural groups. It is a significant source of vitamin A and C, dietary fiber, antioxidants, calcium, and iron.
Like many other varieties of squash, marrow supplies a possibly high level of dietary fiber, which may be one of the essential elements of human health. Dietary fiber can guarantee the proper movement of food through the digestive tract and eliminate problems like constipation, bloating, and other more serious gastrointestinal issues.Fiber is also a very important element in heart health, as it can balance cholesterol levels and eliminate LDL or bad cholesterol from the system, which may decrease the chances of developing atherosclerosis, strokes, and heart attacks. Furthermore, vitamin C in the marrow is an important element for the creation of collagen, which is the fundamental construction material of everything in the body, including blood vessels, muscles, and cells. So, the fiber and vitamin C in the marrow help protect the cardiovascular system.The presence of several cucurbitacins and cucurbitacin-derived compounds is said to be the source of the anticancer potential of C. pepo. The seeds are supposed to be possibly rich in squalene.