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Health benefit – the humble lemon

Health benefit – the humble lemon With such wonderful benefits as the ” humble lemon ” gives, I make no apology for repeating the benefits of this amazing fruit ! Lemon is so blessed with natural healing properties that no part of it should go to waste. Lemons have many widely known uses, adding a […]

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Health benefit – the humble Mango

Health benefit – the humble Mango Just  a few facts of the exotic, to brighten up your day ! Mango fruit is rich in pre-biotic dietary fiber, vitamins, minerals, and poly-phenolic flavonoid antioxidant compounds. According to new research study, mango fruit has been found to protect against colon, breast, leukemia and prostate cancers. Several trial studies suggest […]

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Health benefit – the humble cayenne pepper

Health benefit – the humble cayenne pepper ”           ■ Although inherently hot and intolerable even in small amounts, cayennes are one of the health-benefiting spice items concentrated with minerals, vitamins and certain phyto-nutrients. It is no wonder this wonderful spice has been found a place in modern as well as […]

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Health benefit – the humble Tomato

Health benefit – the humble Tomato What’s New and Beneficial About Tomatoes Did you know that tomatoes do not have to be a deep red color to be an outstanding source of lycopene? Lycopene is a carotenoid pigment that has long been associated with the deep red color of many tomatoes.  A small preliminary study […]

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Health benefit – the humble radish !

Health benefit – the humble radish ! Since ancient times, Chinese believe that eating radish and other brassica group vegetables such as cabbage, cauliflower, and napa would immensely benefit overall health. Radishes are very low calorie root vegetables. Fresh root provides just 16 calories per 100 g., nonetheless; they are a very good source of […]

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Health benefit – the humble endive

Health benefit – the humble endive Endive is one of the very low calorie leafy vegetable. 100 g fresh leaves provide just 17 calories; however, it contributes about 8% of daily-required intake (DRI) of fibre.  Current research studies suggest that high inulin and fiber content in escarole help reduce glucose and LDL cholesterol levels in […]

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Health benefit – the humble Chives

Health benefit – the humble Chives Chives are very low in calories; 100 g of fresh leaves provide just 30 calories. Nonetheless, they contain many noteworthy flavonoid anti-oxidants, plant fiber, minerals, and vitamins that have proven health benefits. As in scallions, they too contain more plant-derived dietary fiber than fellow allium members such as onions, […]

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Health benefit – Chocolate

Health benefit – Chocolate Originally posted in March, ( hence the picture of Easter eggs ! ) I felt this article deserved another airing ! So here in July, is a taste of the benefits of chocolate !               1) Dark Chocolate is Good for Your Heart Studies show […]

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Health Benefit – the humble Strawberry

Health Benefit – the humble Strawberry Given their unique combination of antioxidant and anti-inflammatory nutrients, it’s not surprising to see strong research support for strawberry health benefits in three major areas: (1) cardiovascular support and prevention of cardiovascular diseases (2) improved regulation of blood sugar, with decreased risk of type 2 diabetes, (3) prevention of […]

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