Tag: vitamin c

10 Powerful Immune Boosters:

In this COVID-19 time, some may suffer from cold and flu because of the weather change. This blog is for those people who suffer-normal cold and flu usually, and now they feel unsafe. How can they prevent themselves from cold and flu? Nourish your body with specific foods […]

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Pumpkin Cubes

Pumpkin is broadly used by Europeans, The USA, Australia, Africa, and Caribbeans, But less valued on Britain. Pumpkin used to use in many cuisines in India we use, pumpkin in salty, spicy, and also sweet dishes. Today, I am going to share one sweet dish that very easy […]

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Custard Apple Healthy Drink

Hot and Healthy Drink Feel like winter calls you to love nature, every ware flowers and greenery, various types of birds, and their sweet voice. Like, they are inviting you to join and play with them. Yes, you can feel this, if you have time, to spend with […]

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Guava Health Benefits

Guava is a Winter season fruit. From our childhood till now, we love guava. In our youth, we use to climb in the guava tree. We used to pluck guava from the tree and later, eat under the tree, those days, years lived wondrously. I miss that a […]

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Gooseberry: Aamla in Hindi

Hey, all today, we going to know about our seasonal fruit  Gooseberry. Gooseberries are a small, round to transversely spherical shape, and have a light green color. In the winter season in India, the market is full of gooseberries. Fresh gooseberries taste like sweet-sour. Gooseberry’s outer layer is […]

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Celery Seeds: Ajwain / Ajmoda in Hindi

Celery belongs to the family Apiaceae which is commonly used as vegetable and seeds are used as spices. The celery plant height can go up to 50 to 100 Centimeters tall. It was cultivated as a medicinal plant thousands of years ago. Celeries are high in Vitamins’ A, B, C, Calcium and Magnesium. […]

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Mustard Seeds: Sarso / Rai in Hindi

Mustard seeds are the small round seeds of various mustard plants. The seeds are usually about 1 to 2 millimeters’ in diameter and may be colored from yellowish white to black.  As a condiment, mustard seeds content approximately 5 calories per teaspoon on an average. Some of the […]

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