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How Healthy Asparagus Is For You

Submitted by Saraomran on Sat, 11/16/2013 - 21:30
It is observed that asparagus is counted among very well-balanced nutritional vegetables. It is an impressive and important source of B-complex vitamins which are needed to maintain your nervous system as well as produce energy. Asparagus also regulates the homocysteine levels in blood. It is also a very useful source of the vitamin K which is essential to make bones strong. Researches also suggest that vitamin K deficiency can also become a factor in development of the Alzheimer's disease. Following can be considered as common health benefits of the asparagus:
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Health Benefits Of Tomatoes

Submitted by Saraomran on Sat, 11/02/2013 - 17:44
Experts suggest that among all the healthy foods, tomatoes are not just a delicious addition to our meal time, but they are also packed with several nutritional benefits. According to nutritionists, tomatoes are an amazing source of the lycopene. Lycopenes basically cleanse system of the toxic compounds that can harm the well being and overall health. Especially the red tomatoes are filled to brim with the lycopene which absorbs well into our system when the red tomatoes are cooked.
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Brussels Sprouts- A Healthy Choice For You

Submitted by Saraomran on Sun, 06/02/2013 - 17:18
Brussels sprouts belong to the family of Brassica vegetables and therefore kin to the cabbage and broccoli. They resemble the miniature cabbages, with the diameter of 1 inch approximately. They grow in the form of bunches on the stems of plants and grow as much as 3 feet tall. Often times, they are separately sold but also can be found in the stores attached to the stems. Although some varieties of Brussels sprouts have red hues but typically they are in sage green color. If perfectly cooked; they have a dense and crisp texture with a slightly bright, sweet and ‘green’ taste.
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