The Health Benefits of Cabbage

by Nise on August 20, 2014

10 Health Benefits of Cabbage.

Cabbage is one of the world’s most cultivated vegetables. It thrives in the cold seasons, and as all of its relatives in the Brassica family, is very nutritious, and has very few calories and almost no fat. It is made up of tightly compacted, wrinkled leaves, and can be mostly seen in green, purple and red color. [click to continue…]


The Health Benefits of Brussels Sprouts

by Nise on August 19, 2014


10 Health Benefits of Brussels Sprouts.

Brussels sprouts belong to the cabbage family, and are known as the mini cabbages, based on their looks. The sprouts are extremely rich in antioxidants, vitamins, protein and dietary fibers. It’s a winter vegetable, thriving in cold and icy conditions, thus forming a compact layer of leaves, similar to the cabbage, which means prolonged cooking time. Brussels sprouts grown in hot climates have a lot looser composition, but lack the health benefits and nutrition values of those grown in cool weather. [click to continue…]


The Health Benefits of Broccoli

by Nise on August 18, 2014

10 Health Benefits of Broccoli.

Representing the cabbage family, broccoli is famous for its highly nutritious flower heads and its very low calorie count – just 34 calories per 100 gr. Broccoli has many health benefits to choose from, including high levels of Vitamin C, and Vitamin A, various minerals and is also rich with dietary fibers. Its antioxidant value measures 1632 umol TE in 100 gr on the ORAC scale. [click to continue…]


The Health Benefits of Beetroot

Beets are healthy, nutritious, heart-friendly vegetables with strong antioxidant properties, many vitamins and minerals offering many health benefits. They have anti-aging properties, protect the heart from heart diseases and conditions, help lower the bad cholesterol in the body and protect us from stroke. 100 grams of beetroot contains only 43 calories.

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The Health Benefits of Asparagus

Asparagus is one of the most sought for vegetables in the world. It’s been famous even in ancient times and is a close cousin to onions, tulips, daffodils, garlic etc. It’s a tall and think vegetable reaching around 5 ft in height when fully grown. It’s one of the lowest calorie veggies with just 20 […]

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The Health Benefits of Artichokes

Artichokes are winter vegetables from the Mediterranean. It’s basically an edible bud consisted of triangular bracts. Its use and health benefits are well known all over the world and this is also because artichokes are low in calories – just 37 calories per 100 grams of artichokes. It contains high amounts of dietary fiber and […]

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The Health Benefits of Tomatoes

  Tomato is most commonly known as a vegetable due to its non-sweet taste, but it’s actually a fruit. Its origin is from the Mayan civilization, but today, it’s worldwide spread and one of the tastiest foods we know. It has many nutrients, vitamins, minerals, antioxidants and many health benefits. Tomato is native to Central […]

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The Health Benefits of Watermelon

Watermelon belongs to the family of melons and is a juicy fruit with red flesh and contains lots of water. Alongside being very low in calories, just 30 calories for 100 grams of fresh fruit, it also contains lots of minerals, vitamins, antioxidants and other nutrients. Watermelon is a summer fruit and offers great refreshment. […]

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The Health Benefits of Strawberries

The world’s most popular berries – strawberries are red, nutritive and delicious fruits with unforgettable taste and aroma. They serve a romantic purpose as well when combined with champagne, chocolate, whipped cream etc. Strawberries have many vitamins, minerals, antioxidants and other nutrients and almost everybody loves their amazing taste.

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The Health Benefits of Rockmelon (Cantaloupe)

  Cantaloupes are delicious, juicy and musk-flavored fruits belonging to the group of melons and are mainly summer fruits, with their peak season from April to August. Cantaloupes have succulent flesh that’s very sweet and tasty. They have many health benefits ranging from vitamins, minerals, antioxidants etc. and just 34 calories in 100 grams fresh […]

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