Thursday, September 18, 2014

 Orange is a powerful color that represents enthusiasm, determination, creativity, happiness, success, stimulation and fascination.

autumn healthy fruits

  Orange is the color of autumn, and is associated with healthy food. It is said that this color leads people to think about food and stimulate hunger.
  Plenty of orange food is all you need for this season. Therefore, we recommend the top three incredibly attractive and equally delicious and healthy orange products.


  Carrots are very nutritious and healthful vegetables that can significantly contribute to improving our health.

healthy carrots

  They are a rich source of beta -carotene (a powerful antioxidant that participates in blocking harmful oxidizing processes in the body, one of pro-vitamins of vitamin A). One study found that people who consume more carrots have 40% lower risk of degenerative eye diseases, particularly macular degeneration, unlike others. 

 100 grams of fresh carrot has 41 k cal, a negligible amount of fat, provides 8285 mcg of beta-carotene and 16.706 IU of vitamin A. It also has high levels of vitamin B1, vitamin B2, vitamin B6, vitamin K, biotin, fiber, copper, calcium, potassium, manganese and phosphorus. Regularly consuming of carrots may help reduce the risk of premature aging (wrinkles, acne, dry skin, age spots), heart disease, stroke, breast cancer, lung cancer and colon cancer.

Sweet potato

  Sweet potato is a super cheap healthy food low in sugar, and the concentration of fiber is high. Not gaining weight, but gives energy and it is recommended in the diet of diabetics.

healthy sweet potato

  It offers a wealth of vitamin C (to boost the immune system), vitamin E (prevents aging of the skin), vitamin B-6 (for metabolism of nutrients into energy, especially protein), vitamin A (important for good eyesight, healthy skin, hair), vitamin D (essential for strong bones and teeth) and minerals - potassium, calcium, magnesium and iron. The ingredients of sweet potato positively affect brain activity, help to prevent heart attacks, stroke, stress, resistance to infections, asthma, arthritis, gout, colon cancer etc..


  Pumpkin is a unique orange fruit without which it is difficult to imagine the autumn table.


  It can be consumed boiled, fried or baked. One cup of mashed pumpkin has 49 k cal, 12 gr. carbohydrates, 3gr.of fiber,2 gr. proteins, 37 mg of calcium, 22 mg magnesium, 1.4 mg iron, 1 mg zinc, 0,50 mg selenium, 12 mg vitamin C, 3 mg of vitamin E and 2,650 IU of vitamin A. 

 Pumpkin seeds are an excellent source of minerals, vitamins, proteins and omega 3 fatty acids. In folk medicine, pumpkin seeds are used as a means to regulate urinating and against intestinal parasites. Studies confirm that the pumpkin is useful for enlarged prostate, diabetes, macular degeneration, osteoporosis, high blood pressure and cholesterol, heart diseases and various skin diseases.


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