Berry-berry good breakfast
Start your breakfast eating strawberries; this will give your energy a boost for the whole day The winter brings with it the succulent red strawberry. I can't wait for this fruit to come into season. I actually start counting the days and once they are available in the market I tend to eat one bowl of strawberries every morning. It is irresistible to almost everyone. This fruit is extremely low in calories and has a large amount of nutritious qualities as well.Though you can eat strawberries by adding them in a number of foods, it is most beneficial if you eat them raw. Start your breakfast eating strawberries; this will give your energy a boost for the whole day. This berry is a powerhouse of antioxidants which protect the cells in our body from the damage caused by free radicals. They also protect us from heart disease, stroke, atherosclerosis, inflammation and boost our immunity. This is due to the presence of vitamin C in it. Vitamin C also helps to clean the cells from within, thus giving your skin a glow and your hair some luster. Vitamin C, being an antioxidant, also makes the strawberry a powerful cancer-fighting fruit. They contain more vitamin C than even citrus fruits! Strawberries contain a plethora of other nutrients! The potassium in them helps to lower the blood pressure. They even contain vitamin K which is crucial for facilitating blood clotting. In addition, they contain manganese, pantothenic acid, thamine and iodine.This little red berry is packed with fibre! Fibre is the main component which helps to regulate, cleanse and maintain our digestive system. Without fibre, we could get constipated and out digestive tract would become a breeding ground for a host of diseases. The fibre in strawberry also makes it low on the glycemic index, thus being safe for diabetics (provided it's had in the right proportion and with the correct combination of foods). Due to the fibre, strawberries are an excellent choice to help in reducing the risk of cardiovascular disease, reducing cholesterol levels and lowering blood pressure. Research shows that including strawberries to your daily diet may help relieve the symptoms of arthritis as well as gout. Strawberries are virtually fat free and are ideal food for your diet. Studies suggest that one cup of strawberries contain only 0.6 grams of fat. They suppress your appetite and stimulate your metabolism. Here's the recipe of a yummy strawberry crush. Ingredients: Strawberries 10 Dates 4 Water 30 ml Apple 1 Pineapple 1 Method: a Mix strawberries, dates and water and blend it to smooth syrup. a Cut the apple and pineapple into big cubes. a Mix apple and pineapple in a big bowl. a Pour the strawberry syrup over the fruits. a Chill and serve.
26 Jan 2020 4:17 AM GMT