Greens beans are also a rich source of the equally important vitamin A (notably through their concentration of carotenoids, including beta-carotene). And, as you know, when you chew on green beans they contain loads of useful fibre, which helps prevent colon cancer. In addition, green beans are packed with vitamin C, riboflavin, potassium, iron, manganese, foliate, magnesium, and thiamine.
I usually make my own barbecue sauce from scratch using ketchup, brown sugar, white or apple cider vinegar, molasses, Worcestershire sauce and things like that. In this video, I am using bottled barbecue sauce, but I jazz it up a bit to kind of make it, my own.
Clove have warming, antibacterial and antiseptic properties, therefore, it relieves pain, lessens nausea and prevents or relieves vomiting. 2. Clove is often used as a topical tooth and gum painkiller. Chewing on a piece of clove after meals helps remove bad breath. 3. Clove has great preventative valve for a number of disorders. For example, it discourages blood platelet clumping, which is associated with cardiovascular disease.
Celery juice is good by itself or mixed with other vegetable juices, and goes best with carrot. Celery juice has a calming effect on the nervous system. This is probably due to its high concentration of organic alkaline minerals, especially sodium.
Noni has traditionally been used to fight infections and this tropical fruit may indeed stimulate the immune system and help fight infections and disease-including cancer. The compounds in noni including its beneficial polysaccharides help activate the immune system's important B and T cells, white blood cells that help your body fight infection.
A recent study showed that consuming 6 mg of lutein in your food per day reduces your risk of this disorder by a whopping 43%. Fresh corn is an excellent source of lutein
The polysaccharide component has been shown to increase the release of immune-enhancing compounds that activate white blood cells to destroy tumor cells
Turmeric and curcumin supplements are considered safe when taken at the recommended doses. However, taking large amounts of turmeric for long periods of time may cause stomach upset and, in extreme cases, ulcers.