22 High Fiber Foods we have and their Contents

22 Amazing High Fiber Foods we have and their Contents

There are so many high fiber foods which we can consume according to our body needs and that is why today, we are going to be discussing about the 22 Amazing High Fiber Foods we have and their Fiber contents. Meanwhile, when a person includes high-fiber foods in their diet, it has many benefits, such as keeping the gut healthy, boosting heart health, lower blood sugar levels and fight constipation and promoting weight loss. A high-fiber food/diet may also help reduce the risk of obesity and diabetes. Most people don’t…

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21 Amazing Nutritional and Health Benefits of Orange Juice

21 Amazing Nutritional and Health Benefits of Orange Juice

Orange juice is one of the best known and preferred beverages around the world. It is incredibly accessible and easy to make, as you only need to squeeze a few fresh oranges in order to extract the juice, either by hand or using commercial methods.. Every fruit benefits the human beings, thanks to its own nutritional properties. Today, we are going to talk about the nutritional worth and benefits of orange juice. Oranges contain high levels of flavonoids, vitamin C and B9, and antioxidants. Among its many nutrients, oranges can…

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13 Amazing Nutritional and Health Benefits of Pineapple Juice

13 Amazing Nutritional and Health Benefits of Pineapple Juice

Pineapple Juice is the type of fruit juice extracted from pineapple fruits. Pineapple is a tropical fruit which is rich in vitamins, enzymes and antioxidants. They may help boost the immune system, build strong bones and aid indigestion. Despite their sweetness, pineapples are low in calories. No wonder it is often referred to as the king of tropical fruits because it is full of vitamin B1, B2, B3, B5, B6, and C, manganese, copper, potassium, beta-carotene, folic acid and dietary fibers. Unlike other fruit juices, pineapple juice is so sweet…

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The Recipe and 10 Health Benefits of Banga Soup (Ofe-Akwu)

The Recipe and 10 Health Benefits of Banga Soup (Ofe-Akwu)

Palm fruit, which is also known as Banga, remains one of Nigeria’s most common food products. In fact, not just the fruit but all parts of the plant are useful in one way or the other and Palm oil is of course the most visible and commercial product of the Banga (palm) tree. Palm oil which is gotten from the flesh of palm (banga) fruit is used to prepare a popular delicacy called “Banga Soup (Ofe-Akwu). Banga soup (Ofe-Akwu) is a special dish from Delta state. It is commonly enjoyed…

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20 Amazing Health Benefits of Scent leaf (Ocimum gratissimum)

20 Amazing Health Benefits of Scent leaf (Ocimum gratissimum)

Most of us are not aware of the immense benefits of Ocimum gratissimum popularly known as scent leaf, efirin (Yoruba), nchanwu leaf (Igbo) and daidoya (hausa). Efirin, daidoya, nchanwu or scent leaf, whose botanical name is Ocimum gratissimum, is a tropical plant species that belongs to the family of Labiatae. Scent leaves have a distinctive smell and taste, sometimes unpleasant, fragrant or sweet, depending on the way of cultivation. Some of them even can make people who smell it become drunk. From the test results of pharmacological found that Scent…

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Amazing Health Benefits of Pounded Yam

Amazing Health Benefits of Pounded Yam

Pounded yam which is also known as Iyan in some places, is a yam recipe which is produced through the process of boiling the yam, pounding it with the use of a mortar and pestle until it stretched like a dough. Yam is a good source of carbohydrate, it contains 356.25 calories, 80kg carbohydrates, 0.8g fat and 7g proteins per 100g. It is beneficial for those that want to gain weight and can be taken with any type of soup. Yam is a carbohydrate-rich, staple tuber vegetable, with many therapeutic…

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13 Amazing Health Benefits of Bitter leaf

13 Amazing Health Benefits of Bitter leaf

Bitter leaf which is also known as Veronia Amygdalina is popularly used in most African delicacies as a vegetable. In scientific parlance, bitter leaf is an aborigine of Africa which can either be cooked, juiced or chewed raw. Thou many people like adding this vegetable to their meals, many others also despise this vegetable due to its natural bitter taste without considering the medicinal / health benefits attached to this vegetable. Since some people consume this vegetable without knowing the medicinal values of this plant and that is why we…

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