Turns out that onions are nothing to cry over — these flavorful bulbs are packed with nutrients.
"Onions are super-healthy," said Victoria Jarzabkowski, a nutritionist with the Fitness Institute of Texas at the University of Texas at Austin. "They are excellent sources of vitamin C, sulphuric compounds, flavonoids and phytochemicals."
Some people love it and some people hate it because of its strong personality. However, like it or not, it is recommended for everyone!
Garlic contains a substance known as alisini, which owes its distinctive smell, but also the protection of the plant itself from invaders (insects, microorganisms). It contains a high amount of vitamin B6 and C, manganese, selenium, and numerous scientific studies highlight the beneficial properties.
It is the fruit that the Indians ate the cold days of winter. The sharp drop in temperature weakens the body that needs fiber and carotene. Persimmon equips us with the necessary elements, but with much more, such as vitamins C, B1, B2 and B6, potassium, manganese, phosphorus and copper.
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Greeks have always embraced our guests even when they were completely strangers. And as a gesture of hospitality we offer delicious fruits and other wrists served in a spoon and accompanied by a glass of cool water. So we named these sweets by the way we serve them!
It stimulates your heart, but it also… sweetens your heart by improving your mood. It improves blood circulation and it relaxes the walls of your blood vessels so you can always be young and strong. It lowers LDL (“bad” cholesterol), reduces the contractions of the intestine and stimulates your immune system. It helps you to relax. It helps you to focus, to reduce stress.