Ripe bananas–Natural source of dietary fiber


 

Ripe bananas Ripe banana

Ripe bananas contain a high concentration of dietary fiber, as well as vitamin C, potassium, vitamin B-6 and antioxidant compounds. According to The Harvard School of Public Health, Diets rich in nutrients provided by produce like bananas can decrease your risk of many medical problems.

However, people allergic to latex should avoid eating bananas. Bananas contain some of the same proteins as latex and may provoke a severe reaction.

Juicy Florida orange


Juicy Florida orange

It is a good idea to learn what the food we eat do to our bodies. Some foods do not worth the effort you put into eating them; because they provide little or no nutrients to the body. We should concentrate on eating healthy foods so we can live healthy lives. One should not wait until the doctor advises him or her to cut back on this or that. You should take charge of your health because if you don’t, nobody else will.

One of the healthier food to eat is orange. Oranges make healthy snacks, and they are well-known for their Vitamin C content. But scientists believe oranges may help to boost your immune system and improve your skin. Still, that’s not all.  Oranges also aid with heart health, cholesterol levels and other issues. Also, oranges help reduce the risk of respiratory diseases, certain cancers, rheumatoid arthritis, ulcers and kidney stones.

Orange juice is also nutritious, but it has less fiber than a whole orange.

 

 

Low-Carb Vegetable Salad


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Vegetables play vital roles in our diets. They aid and support normal functions of different body systems. Vegetables provide our cells with vitamins, minerals, fiber, essential oils and phytonutrients. You can eat them cooked or raw. But in certain instances, it is better to eat them raw. If you hated them raw, cooked vegetables are still a healthy choice. However, cooking destroys essential nutrients such as vitamin C and also kills vital enzymes that help your body to digest such foods.

Delicious watermelon


Juicy watermelon Juicy watermelonJuicy watermelonAs the summer winds down so does the supply of watermelons. Because of its nutritional value, Food Scientists classified it as a superfood/superfruit/super vegetable. Here are eight facts you probably  did not know about watermelons

1. Full Of Lycopene: Lycopene is an antioxidant
2. It soothes sore muscles.
3. It helps heart health.
4. It’s rich in vitamins and minerals, but low in calories.
5. It could even combat cancer.
6. Improves Eyesight
8. Relieves Inflammation
9. Controls High Blood Pressure