Benefits of having fruits & vegetables

Fruits/Vegetables – Benefits

Apples – Protects your heart, prevents constipation, prevents diarrhea, improves lung capacity, cushions joints.

Apricots – Combats cancer, controls blood pressure, improves your eyesight, shields against Alzheimer’s, slows aging process.

Artichokes – Aids digestion, lowers cholesterol, protects your heart, stabilizes blood sugar, guards against liver diseases.

Avocados – Battles diabetes, lowers cholesterol, helps stop stroke, controls blood pressure, makes your skin smooth.

Bananas – Protects your heart, quiets cough, strengthens bones, controls blood pressure, prevents diarrhea.

Beans – Prevents constipation, prevents hemorrhoids, lowers cholesterol, combats cancer, stabilizes blood sugar.

Beets – Controls blood pressure, combats cancer, strengthens bones, protects your heart, aids weight loss.

Blueberries – Combats cancer, protects your heart, stabilizes blood sugar, boosts memory, prevents constipation.

Broccoli – Strengthens bones, improves eyesight, combats cancer, protects your heart, controls blood pressure.

Cabbage – Combats cancer, prevents constipation, promotes weight loss, protects your heart, prevents hemorrhoids.

Cantaloupe – Improves eyesight, controls blood pressure, lowers cholesterol, combats cancer, supports immune system.



After asking a lot of opinions, reading online reviews, making price & feature comparisons, and most importantly thinking whether to go for a mobile upgrade or not, I finally decided to go for MOTOROKR E6 – a sleek, multimedia cum PDA phone. Although this model is more than a year old and a lot of new phones have come up in different brands, I liked this phone very much. I couldn’t figure out the exact reason why I liked this phone but I did; maybe the stunning look, touch screen feature (a lot of other phones have this feature but I found this one to be good and that too within my budget), handwriting recognition feature, business card reader, Bluetooth, GPRS, document viewer, email, FM radio, internet, games, photo editor, Real Player and everything put together.

I have been using this phone for the past three weeks and so far no hassles. Some of my friends told that the touch screen does not work well but I found that the touch sensitivity is absolutely fantastic and you don’t even need the stylus – you can use your fingers to navigate the menu and other options. I have not used the handwriting recognition feature much but I feel very comfortable using the keypad and the text input method helps me to type messages faster. The battery backup is good. As far as camera is concerned, it has a 2.0 megapixel camera and it captures pretty decent pictures. The phone is a bit heavy but otherwise it rocks.

This phone has a lot of other great features also which I haven’t explored yet. Hopefully, I will slowly start doing it.