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Grapefruit- The Sour Health Booster

Submitted by Saraomran on Sun, 09/28/2014 - 17:56

Grapefruit is one of the sub-tropical fruits that have slightly bitter and sour taster. Grapefruits were first cultivated in West Indies. These fruits are now widely cultivated in USA, China and other sub-tropical areas. Grapefruit has a tough and slightly thick skin and the inside flesh of the fruit is in segments like oranges. This acidic and juicy fruit varies in colors ranging from red, pink and white.


Red Grapefruit nutrition facts and health benefits. Regular exercise can help protect you from heart disease and stroke, high bl

Papaya- An All Year Long Health Treat

Submitted by Saraomran on Fri, 05/09/2014 - 10:16
Papayas are delicious tropical fruits which have a mouthwatering flavor, great taste and amazing health benefits. This fruit has long been used for its medicinal qualities in various cultures. Due to the benefits of this fruit, Mayans used to call papaya tree as the 'Tree Of Life'. papaya is widely used in curries and salads in various cuisines. It can also be enjoyed raw and in desserts. Among many, some of the health benefits of papayas include:

Papaya Lowers Cholesterol


Some more information about Papaya.

Eat Yam For Good Health

Submitted by Saraomran on Wed, 05/07/2014 - 15:30
Yams are starchy vegetables with West African Origin. This vegetable has many symbols and rituals associated with itself in Asia, Africa and Latin America. It is one among the most widely consumed foods around the world. It is available in 200 different varieties and their common colors include yellow, ivory and purple. Yams have various health benefits also. Some of these benefits are:

Yams For Respiratory Problems

The decoction of yam is commonly used to relieve and stimulate bronchial irritation along with cough and other similar respiratory problems.


Some more video information about yam.

Health Benefits Of Taro

Submitted by Saraomran on Tue, 05/06/2014 - 17:47
Taro is also commonly called as colocasia. These vegetables originate from India and Malaysia where they are grown wild in dry or wet places. The roots of this plant are nutty in flavor while the leaves are slightly heart-shaped. Many people eat this vegetable for its taste but a very few actually know about the amazing healing qualities and health benefits of taro. Following are a few health benefits of taro:

Taro Reduces Fatigue


Some more video information about taro.

Your Health And Pecans

Submitted by Saraomran on Mon, 05/05/2014 - 16:51
Besides being the most versatile, rich-tasting and elegant dried fruit, pecans are the nuts that you can conveniently include in your diet by using them as snacks. Pecans are usually ignored when it comes to healthy diet as many people are not aware of the amazing health benefits it has to offer. Following are some of the common health benefits of pecans:

Digestive Health With Pecans


Some more video information about pecans.

Lotus Seeds For Surprising Health Benefits

Submitted by Saraomran on Sun, 05/04/2014 - 17:31
lotus seeds
The lotus seeds come from lotus flowers. These seeds, being a kind of dried fruit, are versatile in nature as they can be eaten in both ways cooked or raw. The dried seeds of lotus flower can be eaten as a snack too. The lotus seeds are harvested when the autumn is approaching around august and September. After being harvested, these seeds are dried under sun before they are ready for consumption. There are 2 kinds of these seeds, brown and white peel. The color of lotus seeds depends on their ripening. There are multiple health benefits of these seeds and some of them are:


Some more video information about lotus.

How Healthy Is Seaweed For You

Submitted by Saraomran on Sat, 05/03/2014 - 19:18
It is always healthy to include seafood in diet plan. It is a fact that sea vegetables like seaweeds offer a great range of essential minerals for human body. The western cultures have recently begun to include seaweeds in their diet after discovering the health benefits they provide. Sea vegetables have long been in use by the Japanese people for a healthy lifestyle. In fact, the sea vegetables contain all nutrients found in oceans and the minerals found in the human blood.

Cancer Protection With Seaweed


Some more video information about Seaweed.

Raspberry- A Sweet Delight For Health

Submitted by Saraomran on Fri, 05/02/2014 - 17:32
Raspberries are undoubtedly one of the healthiest fruits around the world. These small sized sweet treats are delicious to eat and contain various essential nutrients which are useful in boosting your health. It contains phytonutrients, iron, fiber, potassium, magnesium, zinc and etc. raspberries are used in various dessert recipes for flavor and toppings. The best thing about this fruit is that it can be enjoyed raw as well as in desserts and ice-cream flavors. These are various health benefits of raspberries some of which are:

Raspberries Increase Immunity


Some more video information about Raspberry.

8 Health Facts Of A Radish

Submitted by Saraomran on Wed, 04/30/2014 - 14:18
Radishes have been used in the eastern households since ages for adding flavor to curries and bread. These vegetables are grown underground and are packed with vitamins, antioxidants and nutrients that add years to the life and help fighting diseases like diabetes and cancer. Following are the reasons to include radishes in your diet.

Reduce The Risk Of Cancer With Radish


Some more video information about Radish .

9 Reasons To Eat Turnips

Submitted by Saraomran on Tue, 04/29/2014 - 18:16
Turnips are the starchy vegetables which belong to the family of kale and cabbages. The bulbous roots of turnips are usually chopped or diced and pickled. The greens of turnip are often used in soups and stews. Baby turnips are very delicious, sweet and tender and thus can also be eaten raw. This amazing vegetable has various health benefits and some of them are:

Prevent Cancer With Turnips


Some more video information about Turnips .


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