16 Interesting facts about Cherries!


The cherry fruit is part of the Rosaceae family which also includes almonds, peaches, apricots and plums. They are small and fleshy, red or reddish black fruits that contain a hard seed on the inside. It is believed the Romans discovered this fruit in Asia Minor around 70 BC. They then introduced these cherries to… 

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Recipe of the day – Whole baked chicken


Ingredients: 1 whole chicken 1 kg potatoes 500 gr carrots 300 gr peas 125 gr butter fresh thyme salt, pepper Cut the potatoes and carrots to 2-3 cm pieces. Place inside the casserole with the peas. Melt the butter and mix it the fresh thyme. Rub it all over the chicken, and place it over… 

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Top 7 Power Foods


These power foods may seem ordinary, but they pack abundant nutritional value. They contain high amounts of vitamins, mineral, antioxidants, proteins and other nutrients. These power foods helps to decrease the risk of illness such as heart disease and diabetes, and they also help to boost the immune system, improve memory and concentration, and slow… 

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Fact of the day – Carrot!


Carrots are a root vegetable that originated in Afghanistan. They were purple, red, white, and yellow, but never orange. They are a member of the Umbelliferae family, which also includes celery, parsley, dill, cilantro, caraway, cumin, and the poisonous hemlock.Both the Ancient Greeks and Romans cultivated carrots. The Ancient Greeks called the carrot a philtron,… 

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Three surprisingly unhealthy reduced-fat foods


Extreme low-fat eating is a diet idea that refuses to fade. Even healthy foods like avocadoes and olive oil get a bad rap thanks to their high fat content. In reality, 30% of your daily calories come from fat, and some foods are actually less healthy in their reduced-fat form. Stay away from these three… 

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