Thursday, 21 July 2011


Here's another wild concoction that seems to work a treat.. right on time.. wallop!

2 leaves swiss red chard
2 stems purple sprouting broccoli
6 ripe strawberries
8 red grapes (seeded)
1tbsp Goats milk yogurt (optional)

Regular inclusion of swiss chard in the diet is found to prevent osteoporosis, iron deficiency anaemia, vitamin A deficiency and believed to protect from cardiovascular diseases and colon and prostate cancers

Purple sprouting broccoli is a source of iron and also vitamin C, which helps the body to absorb iron. Iron is used to make healthy red blood cells.

Strawberries contain folate. This is another heart-healthy nutrient. Studies show that people with lower concentrations of folate in their body increase their risk for fatal coronary problems and coronary disease.

Red grapes benefits like anti-aging, anti-virus and anti-tumor. You might have noticed that it is the skin that plays the biggest role and provides these red grapes health benefits. In the bone of contention of red grapes vs green grapes, clearly red grapes are the winner.

Goat's milk is a good source of vitamin B2, which is also referred to as riboflavin. Riboflavin is key to the body's ability to gain and maintain energy. It does this by attaching to protein enzymes that allow for oxygen-based energy production

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