Banana

Banana: There is a bit of confusion when it comes to banana. Some people believes that banana is a great fruit of even a...
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    Gaining Mass

    Thanks to the Internet, there’s an enormous amount of information available on gaining mass and strength training. However, a lot of that information comes...

    Dieting

    Dieting is becoming very popular lately. A study shows that 1 in 4 adults are active in practicing dieting and weight loss. So what...

    Kohlrabi

    Also known as the turnip cabbage or German turnip, kohlrabi is a vegetable related to the cabbage that can be eaten raw or cooked. Raw...

    Collard Greens

    Collard greens are a very nutrient-rich vegetable. One cup (190 grams) of cooked collard greens contains 5 grams of fiber, 4 grams of protein and...

    Spinach

    Spinach Spinach (Spinacia oleracea) is a leafy green vegetable that originated in Persia. It belongs to the amaranth family and is related to beets and quinoa....

    Kale

    Kale Like other leafy greens, kale is well-known for its health-promoting qualities, including its nutrient density and antioxidant content. A cup (67 grams) of raw kale contains plenty...

    Garlic

    Garlic Garlic has a long history of use as a medicinal plant, with roots tracing all the way back to ancient China and Egypt. The main active...

    Carrots

    Carrots Carrots are packed with vitamin A, providing 428% of the daily recommended value in just one cup. They contain beta-carotene, an antioxidant that gives carrots their...

    Brussels Sprouts

    Brussels Sprouts Like broccoli, Brussels sprouts are a member of the cruciferous family of vegetables and contain the same health-promoting plant compounds. Brussels sprouts also contain...

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