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Coffee and Health

February 18, 2014 ena Food and Health BenefitsHome

Coffee is one of the most popular drinks that the most of us consume every day. Researches showed that consuming coffee has positive and negative effects. Scientist says that consequences of caffeine and other compounds in the coffee, depends of the coffee quantity and quality. However, there are many chemicals that contribute positive or negative effects.

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Green Tea – a Cup of Health

January 17, 2014 ena Food and Health BenefitsHome

Green tea is a product of dried leaves of the plant Camellia sinensis. It is believed that green tea is used 5000 years ago and originate from China. Today, green tea is used all over the world and it is one of the most healthiest drinks. A lot of researches have proved that green tea has […]

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How Apple Reduces High Cholesterol, Diabetes and Cancer?

January 5, 2014 ena Food and Health BenefitsHome

Apple is a fruit that gives a huge benefits to your body. Apple is rich in vitamin C, vitamin B, calcium, potassium,  iron, zinc, manganese, dietary fibers etc. This compounds improve body function and boost the immunity. Important is the fact that apple peel is also rich in nutrition compounds. If you choice apple for […]

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Nuts Against Cholesterol and High Blood Pressure

December 20, 2013 ena Food and Health BenefitsHome

Nuts are healthy snacks with great taste. These fruits are rich in vitamins, minerals, proteins and healthy fatty acids. Many studies have proved nuts’s healthy benefits and their help in reducing many diseases.  Nutritionist recommend nuts as a part of healthy diet, especially for those one that have cardiovascular diseases, high cholesterol and diabetes.

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