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Cabbage Juice Health Benefits

cabbage Cabbage Juice Health BenefitsCabbage – one of the most favorite vegetable by many which is often used in the various salads and soups. This vegetable is also very healthy and has many vitamins. Cabbages has a lot of vitamin U, which regulates metabolism, protects against atherosclerosis and ulcers. These vegetables are also rich in phytoncides, which kill some disease causing bacteria, as well as many tartroncide acid, which prevents that carbohydrates do not produce fats. Continue reading ‘Cabbage Juice Health Benefits’

Pumpkin – Diet Vegetable With Many Good Health Features

pumpkin Pumpkin   Diet Vegetable With Many Good Health FeaturesPumpkin – annual vegetable, originated from the South and Central America. There are many different species of pumpkins.

Although our lunch or dinner tables with pumpkin dishes are not very common, it is worth to try. 100 grams of pumpkin contains 128 mg of vitamin A, 12 mg of vitamin C, 1.1 mg of vitamin E, some B group vitamins, it is rich in carbohydrates – starch, sugar, pectin. As well as minerals – potassium, sodium, iron, calcium, phosphorus, magnesium. 100 grams of these vegetables contains 25 kcal of energy. Continue reading ‘Pumpkin – Diet Vegetable With Many Good Health Features’

Honey – instead of antibiotics? Honey Health Benefits

honey Honey   instead of antibiotics? Honey Health BenefitsHoney can effectively eradicate the bacteria causing chronic runny nose.

Ottawa (Canada), University staff studied the effects of honey to 11 strains of microorganisms, including a gold staphylococci and pseudomallei (biochemical dead stick). Both of these pathogens often become resistant to antibiotics. The experiment showed that the honey kills bacteria both in fatty environment and bioslick at the surface of water. Honey was equivalent to antibiotics. In addition to this, the bacteria resistant to antibiotics didn’t survive contact. Continue reading ‘Honey – instead of antibiotics? Honey Health Benefits’