Month: April 2017


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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.

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Malaria fighting food!

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April 25 every year is celebrated as World Malaria  Day a  day earmarked to  recognize the global effort in the fight against malaria!

Some food are important in the fight against malaria especially in prevention and cure of the sickness. Lets take a quick look at them!

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Rice production in Lagos!


As part of plans to ensure food self-sufficiency, especially through rice production, the Lagos State Government says it is up-scaling the Imota Rice Milling Plant from 2.5 metric tons to 16 metric tons.

The Commissioner for Agriculture, Mr Toyin Suarau, who made the disclosure on Tuesday at a Ministerial Press Briefing to mark Gov. Akinwumi Ambide’s second year in office, said the plant would be delivered within one year.

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Kunu Aya!

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Kunu – aya is a tiger – nut nutritious drink that is relished in Nigeria and some other parts of the world!

 Hmmn, I discovered that combining tiger-nut, coconut and debino, oh I beg your pardon, I  mean (dates),  will producer a sweet irresistible drink known as KUNU-AYA…

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Obesity campaigners call for more salads and fewer puddings in school meals!

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Obesity campaigners have called for more salads and fewer puddings in school meals.

This is according to a  BBC report.

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Man dies after eating toads he had mistaken for edible bullfrogs!

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A South Korean man has died from poisoning after eating toads he had mistaken for edible bullfrogs.

According to the BBC, Police said on Friday April 21 2017 that he was among a group of men who caught five amphibians at a reservoir near the city of Daejeon in March.

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