There is an amino acid in watermelons that has been shown to improve heart health in mice. But how could this affect humans?
Eating pineapple has many health benefits that include anti-inflammatory and anticoagulant (blood thinning) properties. It contains the proteolytic enzyme called bromelain, which can also help your digestive and circulatory systems but do you know which part of this tropical fruit holds most of the goodness?
Find out what vitamins and other nutrients are found in a single banana. This exotic yellow fruit not only gives us the energy we need to get through the toughest of days, but it can also help you to think more ‘normally’.
Find out where cinnamon comes from and what is used for, both in many amazing sweet and savory recipes and also for medical purposes.
Does cinnamon have proven health benefits? Yes. But if you’ve got diabetes then you need to be careful when adding it to your diet. Did you know that cinnamon is also toxic to your liver in large quantities? Probably not – another reason you SHOULD be careful when adding this exotic spice to your food.
Spices have incredible benefits for your health which have been known in China for centuries. They can help you feel normal again after motion sickness and they can slow down the formation of some cancer cells. Spices really do own the show out of all fruits and vegetables.