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.

Sweet Silent Killer Version 1.5

Are versions and variants applicable only to software and other products?? The answer is a big NO. A new version of diabetes, diabetes type 1.5, is in Chennai now. It is also called LADA (Latent Autoimmune Diabetes in Adults). Earlier, there were only two types of diabetes; type 1 and type 2. Type 1 diabetes is mostly seen in children and Type 2 diabetes is seen in adults over 30 years of age. Now what is so special in diabetes Type 1.5? Type 1.5 affects both the children as well as adults. Doctors say that the onset is very mild unlike Type 1 diabetes at the earlier stages and it afflicts nearly 15% of the diabetics. So, diabetics…. have a close watch on your health. Even some people, who haven’t had a history of diabetes (type 1 or 2), have been afflicted by diabetes type 1.5. If you have excessive thirst or weight loss, it is better to consult a doctor. After all diabetes is sweet urine but the complications are devastating. That is why it is called as the “Silent Killer.”