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Czarina Alegre

Fruit and Vegetable Food Safety Tips for Summertime - 0 views

    Summer fun calls for eating light and staying fit. So leave the grilled meats to the cavemen and get your healthy groove on this season. But wait! Before packing a picnic basket and donning that swimsuit, make sure your lunch is safe. Learn more about it here.
James Palinsad

Best Practices for the Perfect Football Tailgate - 0 views

    Football season is officially upon us and for many fans across the United States; this can only mean one thing, the coveted pre-game tailgate party. Our tips below will help ensure that this football season you have the perfect game plan against food-borne illnesses and that you drink responsibly.
Mango Dash india

Mango Dash: Mango Juice Maintains Blood Pressure - 0 views

    Mango is one of the delicious tropical seasonal fruit and believed to be originated in the sub-Himalayan plains of Indian subcontinent.It is Maintains cancers, Blood Pressure and heart conditions and more. Mango juice contains the vital nutrient, potassium that assists your muscles, heart and nerves' functions. This advantageous mineral also regulates the balance of fluids in your body and your blood pressure. Mangoes is a seasonal fruit has been a regular part of human diet for about four thousand years, thanks to its unique flavour, taste and fragrance. You would also have relished this fruit but do you know the benefits of mango? Mangoes have an impressive vitamin content that assures overall health. They are rich in potassium (4% in 156 mg) and magnesium (2% in 9 mg), and mango juice are great natural remedies for high blood pressure patients. They also contain selenium, calcium, iron and phosphorus. Mangoes are said to be vitamin powerhouses as they are rich in riboflavin, vitamin B6, A, C, E, K, niacin, folate, thiamin and panthothenic acid. These components help you to avoid a host of diseases that can come from deficiencies of these vitamins and minerals. The vitamin E content in mangoes can even help to boost your sex life by triggering the activity of your sex hormones. Research and studies published at Comprehensive Reviews in Food Science and Food seasonal have demonstrated that dietary fiber has a positive effect on eliminating degenerative diseases, including certain cancers,Blood Pressure and heart conditions. Now you have even more reasons to include this delicious fruit in your daily diet. The more you participate in strenuous activities,the more bodily potassium you lose, which is yet another helpful side effects of mangoes - high potassium content!
gina syarif

Freezing Cookie Dough | Love My Philly - 0 views

    Cookie dough is a key item to have during any season. Why? It's fairly simple- just roll them out, cut or shape, and bake in the oven!
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