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7 Reasons To Snack On Olives

Submitted by Saraomran on Tue, 04/15/2014 - 17:23
Though more attention is given to its oil but the fruit olive is one of the most amazing fruits in the world. Technically olive is a fruit but it is widely used in recipes including pizza and poultry dishes as a vital ingredient for a zesty flavor. Following are a few and amazing health benefits of olives.

Cardiovascular Benefits Of Olive

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Hazelnut- A Healthy Nut

Submitted by Saraomran on Fri, 04/11/2014 - 18:33
Hazelnut, a small marble-sized nut, belongs to the family of dried fruit. The hazelnuts are a pack of many health benefits. Hazelnuts, besides being heart-healthy indulgence, help you in reducing weight and also provide you with various skin benefits. Many people like to sprinkle hazelnuts over their cereal in breakfast for a great flavor but very few people know the amazing health benefits they can get by using hazelnuts in their food. Some of the outstanding health benefits of hazelnuts are:

Hazelnuts For Heart Health

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The Wonder Vegetable- Beetroot

Submitted by Saraomran on Wed, 02/19/2014 - 19:35
We all have heard old people like grandmothers telling about the importance of the beetroots. This purplish-red colored root is one of very popular vegetables as an antidote for curing anemia largely in South-East Asian households like India and Pakistan. The Romans believed that this root is a cure for various sexual health problems while nowadays mostly people believe it to be beneficial for curing fatigue and anemia. Not just these, the amazing beetroots have multiple benefits and some of them are:

Reduce Blood Pressure With Beetroots

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Kiwi Fruit- The Green Health Booster

Submitted by Saraomran on Wed, 02/19/2014 - 19:29
People who like fruit salads are aware of the kiwi fruit. These fruits add the bright color along with tropical and exotic flair to the salads. Kiwi is one exotic fruit which has a distinct and wonderful flavor. People tend to like this fruit because of its exotic taste and brilliant green color. Many people around the world are not actually aware of this amazing fruit as it is produced by very few countries. It is an amazing power fruit but many people do not have any idea its facts and health benefits.
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Amazing Health Benefits Of Cluster Beans (Guar Beans)

Submitted by Saraomran on Sat, 02/08/2014 - 19:03
The cluster bean or the guar bean is an annual legume. These vegetables are extremely popular in sub-continent especially in India and Pakistan where they are abundantly grown. This bean can be consumed just like the green bean. Fresh and younger cluster beans have a narrow and a long body texture together with the tiny pods. Some of the health benefits of the cluster beans are

Cluster Beans And Cardio-Health

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Cucumber- The Refreshing Health Treat

Submitted by Saraomran on Fri, 01/31/2014 - 19:41
Cucumber is the fourth most widely cultivated vegetable in world. It is known as one among the most beneficial vegetables for body and overall health. Cucumber is often termed as a super-food. Sometimes, cucumbers are sprayed with certain pesticides so while buying cucumbers it should be considered to buy the organic cucumbers. The best idea for 100% natural cucumber is to grow them at home and enjoy the fresh treat. Cucumbers come around during the summer time and are an ideal summer treat. The fresh and refreshing taste of cucumber provides a soothing feel during peak summer times.
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Sesame Seeds- The Tiny Health Pack

Submitted by Saraomran on Thu, 01/30/2014 - 19:48
Sesame seeds have more health benefits when compared to any other kind of seeds among the dried fruit category. It is a common ingredient used in kitchens worldwide. Besides adding color to the food, sesame has a lot more to offer in terms of health benefits if included as a part of diet. some of the common health benefits of sesame seeds are:

Sesame Seeds Lower Bad Cholesterol

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