Did you know: Fun Food Facts Part 1

Hi all, let’s start today’s Food Facts.

As you know that we have started our new Did you know series, for Food Facts. If you are not aware of the previous fact, check the following:-

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Did you know that Chocolate was first seen in the bar from around 1910? Dark chocolate is made from the roasted beans of the cacao tree and has many health benefits?  No worries we will tell you in today’s facts. So let’s start today’s fast food facts in brief.

  • Dark chocolate
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Chocolate was first seen in the bar from around 1910. Dark chocolate is made from the roasted beans of the cacao tree and has many health benefits. From improving bad cholesterol to lowering blood pressure, helping to reduce stress, and improving vision, it’s definitely worth eating a square or two a day. A study by Harvard also found that drinking two cups of hot chocolate a day prevented memory decline. Drink up! (Source)

  • Raspberries are a member of the rose family
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As are cherries, apricots, plums, pears, apples, quinces, peaches, strawberries, and blackberries. These types of fruits typically have flowers with five equal petals arranged around a central core. Unlike many other fruits, once picked, unripe raspberries do not ripen. (Source)

  • Broccoli contains more protein than steak
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Former President George W Bush may have once famously proclaimed: “I’m president of the United States and I’m not going to eat any more broccoli,” but don’t listen to him! Besides the usual nutrition one gets from eating their greens, broccoli has a great deal of protein. Calorie for calorie, there is more protein in broccoli than steak. And it doesn’t come with all those saturated and trans fats or cholesterol, so you can get all the protein you need with a significantly lower risk of cardiovascular disease with this healthy food. (Source)

  • Apples give you more energy than coffee
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The coffee snobs may not don’t want to believe it, but it’s true. If you’re ever a little low on energy during the afternoon, then consider munching into an apple instead of buying a cup of coffee. Thanks to its high carbohydrate, fiber, vitamin C and mineral content, eating apples are the perfect (and healthy) option to help you stay energized all day.The world’s most hated vegetable is one of the best for you

Brussels sprouts may be the most hated vegetable, but it’s among the most nutritious veggies out there. It’s packed full of vitamins and minerals, has virtually no calories, no fat, no cholesterol, and it fills you up! (Source)

  • Pistachios are actually fruits
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Another unbelievable-but-true random fact! They are actually the seeds of a fruit (the outer fruit is removed during processing). Like other ‘nuts’, pistachios are a rich source of protein, fiber, vitamins, and minerals, which can help people with weight management, protect against diabetes and hypertension, and improve digestion. The omega-3 fatty acids present in pistachios can help lower your blood pressure and may also reduce your risk of heart disease. (Source)

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Fruit facts part 1 [Apple]

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