VIDEO: 9 Powerful Benefits Of Drinking Moringa Every Day

Nov 17, 2016 0

Moringa plant is beginning to gain more popularity as a new “superfood” for its highly nutritious profile and powerful anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, and tissue-protective properties.

Moringa oleifera, also known as horseradish tree, ben tree, or drumstick tree, is a small tree from India, Pakistan, and Nepal that has been used for generations in Eastern countries to treat and prevent diseases such as diabetes, heart disease, anemia, arthritis, liver disease, and respiratory, skin, and digestive disorders.

Moringa has become popular as a leaf powder supplement, although the pods, roots, bark, flowers, seeds, and fruits are also edible. …

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New Zealand Quake : Update

Nov 13, 2016 0

According to the Prime Minister of New Zealand, two lives have been lost to the 7.8 magnitude earthquake which occurred few minutes after midnight Sunday in the eastern coast of the country; he promises to provide more details in due course.

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Earthquake in New Zealand

Nov 13, 2016 0
A 7.8 magnitude earthquake has just hit the south island of New Zealand; a few minutes after 12 midnight Sunday  It affected the eastern coast of the island near Christchurch. The quake was followed by a tsunamin sending over a hundred thousand persons from their homes.No deaths have so far been reported.
New Zealand lies in the Pacific Quake Belt. The country is in the South pacific ocean east of Australia, it comprises several islands; the largest being the North and South islands and has a population of about 4.7 million people.
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Five Health Benefits Of Tomatoes

Feb 11, 2015 0

Tomatoes are often considered a vegetable, though in actuality they are a citrus fruit. Tomatoes are an incredibly versatile food. They are delicious eaten raw, in salads or on sandwiches, and take on a wonderful sweetness when cooked. Their high acid content makes them a perfect food for canning. Tomatoes are such an important part of the American diet that it’s hard to believe that they were once considered toxic. It wasn’t until the mid 1800’s that they became a staple food in the U.S.

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