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  • Quince Posted 10 years ago under Food, Health, Nutrition


    Contents [Hide]TaxonomyDescriptionDistributionNutritional InformationCommercial CultivationDiseases, Pests, PredatorsSources Quince is fruit much like apples or pears in size, shape, and flavor. It is most commonly eaten fresh or in jellies and jams. These fruits are likely the ones referenced as apples in the early history of the Middle East, as apples were not grown much in that   Full article…

  • Cucumbers Posted 10 years ago under Food, Health, Natural Health, Natural ingredients


    Contents [Hide]DescriptionHistoryHealth BenefitsAntioxidant and anti-inflammatory benefitsAnti-cancer benefitsHow to Select and StoreTips for Preparing and CookingHow to EnjoyCucumbers and Pesticide ResiduesNutritional ProfileHere are 11 Benefits of cucumbersQuick pick-me-upRehydrates body and replenishes daily vitaminsSkin and hair careFight cancersHome careRelieves bad breathHangover cureAids in weight loss and digestionCures diabetes, reduces cholesterol and controls blood pressurePromotes joint health, relieves   Full article…

  • Pumpkin seeds Posted 10 years ago under Food, Health, Natural Health, Nutrition


    Contents [Hide]DescriptionHistoryHealth BenefitsAntioxidant SupportMineral SupportOther Health BenefitsDiabetesAntimicrobial BenefitsCancer-Related BenefitsPossible Benefits for Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia (BPH)How to Select and StoreTips for Preparing and CookingHow to EnjoyIndividual ConcernsNutritional ProfileIn-Depth Nutritional ProfilePumpkin historical facts and triviaMore nutrition facts and health benefitsTime to take a closer look at squashReferencesAdditional Sources Description Pumpkin seeds—also known as pepitas—are flat, dark green   Full article…

  • Vitamin D Posted 10 years ago under Health, Natural Health, Nutrition


    Contents [Hide]EffectsMortalityBone healthCancerCardiovascular diseaseDepressionImmune systemInfectious diseaseAutoimmune diseasePregnancyDeficiencyRicketsOsteomalaciaInfluence of skin pigmentationExcessBiosynthesisPhotochemistryEvolutionSynthesis in the skinSunscreenMetabolic activationBiological activityDiscoveryRecommendationsDietary reference intakesEuropean UnionSerum 25-hydroxyvitamin DAllowable health claimsDietary sourcesVitamin D2PlantsVitamin D3Industrial productionReferences Vitamin D refers to a group of fat-soluble secosteroids responsible for enhancing intestinal absorption of calcium, iron, magnesium, phosphate and zinc. In humans, the most important compounds in this   Full article…

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