Monthly Archives: January 2012

Orange

Orange, a delicious and juicy fruit with the plenty of nutrients, enriched with Vitamin C is a great source of good health. It acts as an immunity booster, prevents skin from aging and improves the texture and complexion of the … Continue reading

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Grapes

Are you tired and weak? No problem, have a bunch of Grapes, an excellent source of antioxidants. It has been scientifically proved that the nutrients found in grapes and grape juice might be able to encourage brain health and delay … Continue reading

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Coconut

Eat a coconut and look young! Coconuts are a good source of nutrition and also help to beat the heat! It strengthens your immune system and also delays cellular degeneration. It also slows the skin’s aging process which results a youthful-looking glow in … Continue reading

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Sweet Corn

Delicious and digestive sweet corn with a bulk of nutrients is an easy option in a busy life. You can eat sweet corn while watching a movie or hanging out with friends. It is also known as Indian corn and … Continue reading

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Honey Fruit Salad

10 Minutes to prepare 5 minutes to eat, a 15 minutes breakfast gives you healthy and tasty feast! Take pieces of Banana, Blackberry, blueberries, raspberries, strawberries, lemon, poppy seeds and honey. Combine all fruits, pour honey and mix softly.  Now … Continue reading

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Papaya

Christopher Columbus called Papaya the ‘The Fruit of the Angels’. Papaya contains Vitamin A, B,C and E, calcium, iron, phosphorus, potassium, protein carbohydrate and more. A papaya is also a great source of Fibre. You can use it for chutney, … Continue reading

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Banana

The Banana is a healthy food agent, containing potassium, Vitamin B6 and small amounts of folic acid and Vitamin C. You can enjoy the astringent taste of an unripe Banana or the sweet creamy taste of a ripened one. It … Continue reading

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