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Bel Fruit

February 5th, 2011 1 comment

Bel contains protein, phosphorus, Vitamin C and B complex and tannin. It is sweet in taste. It is so highly nutritious and healthy that they say that having four or five belphal stored in your refrigerator is a sure route to good health. It is a good friend to students who have to burn the midnight oil to prepare for their exams. It helps to improve the eyesight and increase concentration power.

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Tomato

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Tomato contains Vitamin A & D. It is rich in iron, potassium and phosphorus. It’s juice is good for eyes as it contains vitamin A. Regular intake of tomato juice and soup strengthens weak eyes and increase the level of haemoglobin in the blood. It also cures sleeplessness and anemia. Tomato puree is a popular ingredient while cooking curries and gravies for vegetables and lentils. It adds richness and pleasant, tangy flavour to your cooking.

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Orange

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This delicious, juicy, citrus fruit is well-know for its medicinal and cosmetic properties. Rich in Vitamin C, it improves the body’s resistance to common cold and cough. It helps in healing. It cures anemia and nausea. Two oranges, eaten after a good meal, ensure quick digestion. Orange oil is used by aroma therapists to soothe the nerves and for relaxation.

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Papaya

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Papaya contains vitamin A & E. It is light on stomach and an excellent cure for acidity. It is recommended to patients of diabetes and cholesterol as it is low on calories and improves blood circulation. People suffering from gastric disorders and loss of appetite can safely have mashed papaya to give them energy and nutrition. For taste, a bit of sugar can be added to mashed papaya. Very old people can also have this fruit as it is soft, easily digested and tones up the muscles.

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Radish

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Radish has a high content of iron, vitamin A and E. It cleanses the blood and cures insomnia. It flushes out toxins from the body and removes stomach and intestinal infection. Regular intake improves blood circulation. It keeps the digestive system regulated and clean. Radish is highly beneficial as it adds the much needed roughage to your diet.

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