Dragon Fruit is now more familiar to our ears. In fact, until 2001, the fruit can only be found in Israel, Australia, Thailand, and Vietnam. Now, the fruit is easily found in supermarkets in Indonesia.
Butternut squash is by far my favorite squash. It is also very, very good for you. Butternut squash is loaded with beta-carotene (vitamin A) and antioxidants like vitamin C and the B vitamins and folates (folic acid) and it is high in potassium as well as significant amounts of other good things we need for our good health. What is more, it is low in fat. There are many ways to prepare this delicious squash from plain and simple with a little of your favorite seasoning added to casseroles, soups and desserts. The following is one of my favorites…
The summertime might be a fun time to lose a couple pounds and the particular king regarding fruits, mango, helps in slimming down. Interested in choosing the trim look?
AS for pricing Natalac is priced higher than Prolacta, and Prolacta contains 350 Mg of malunggay (moringga) compared to 250 Mg in Natalac ,thus Prolacta is cheaper and has a better value for money compared to Natalac. Breast feeding mothers who have tried both the food supplement have derived similar results from both but since Prolacta is cheaper compared to Natalac, most of them prefer using Prolacta.
Kabocha squash has a taste that resembles butternut squash, but it’s lower in calories and carbohydrates. Find out more about the health benefits of this squash that’s been dubbed the Japanese pumpkin.