Needles found in Australian strawberries!

Photo – thenepalherald.com For over a week now, the scare over needles found in Australian strawberries, apples and bananas have continued to send jitters down the spines of not just Australians and the many places where the fruits are sold, but even other parts of the world! Please follow and like us:0

PEACH!

                FRUIT It looks like an apple, but it is not! A peach is a soft, juicy and fleshy stone fruit produced by a peach tree. Please follow and like us:0

Cabbage can reduce bowel cancer!

Scientists say they have discovered why some vegetables like cabbage, broccoli and kale – can reduce the risk of bowel cancers. The calciferous vegetable is said to be good for the gut has never been in doubt but a detailed explanation has been elusive. This is according to the BBC. Please follow and like us:0

Banana!

Banana is the common name for flowering plants of the genus Musa and for the fruit they produce. Also known as *Ensete ventricosum (Ethiopian banana, false banana, enset), this fruit is said to be an important foodcrop in Ethiopia. Please follow and like us:0

TODAY IS WATERMELON DAY!

  FOOD RIDDLES!  I AM A ROUND FRUIT, ENRICHED WITH THE RIGHT VITAMINS, I CRY A LOT, MY OUTSIDE IS PAINTED GREEN WHILE MY ROOMS ARE POLISHED WITH RED. WHAT IS MY NAME”?      WATERMELON!                                      …

cucumber!

The cucumber is a member of the botanical family Cucurbitaceae, along with honeydew, cantaloupe, and watermelon. Made up of 95 percent water, cucumbers are naturally low in calories, fat, cholesterol, and sodium. Their high water content helps ward off dehydration and combat the heat while their refreshing and mild taste appeals to even the pickiest eaters. Please follow…

Behold Juicero !

A US start-up that sells a wi-fi connected juicing machine for $399 (£310), has offered refunds after the gadget was mocked on social media. Juicero makes the bulk of its sales by supplying pouches of pre-cut fruit and vegetables which fit the contraption. But the product was ridiculed by some after it emerged how the sachets…

Rising cost of dietary food in Nigeria!

Some traders have reportedly  attributed the rising cost of dietary foods in Nigeria to the rising awareness among Nigerians about healthy lifestyles.  The traders said most Nigerians were now aware of the importance of dietary foods to the body, hence the rising prices. Please follow and like us:0