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Super Health Food

  • Have you ever tried coconut water? Well if you haven’t you are missing out on a drink that has some of the most essential electrolytes that the body needs to keep the nerves on the go, the muscles in action and stress under control. It contains a whole lot more potassium than bananas. A doctor once told me that the water from 2 tender coconuts is the equivalent of a bottle of intravenous fluid. Not sure about you but I’d rather drink the coconut water!
  • Rambutans if you can get them are a fruit from South East Asia; you have to peel open the spiny outside to reach the white, jelly like fruit inside. Don’t knock it till you’ve tried it – it may not look very nice on the outside but the fruit is simply yummy! It is full of manganese, copper and vitamin C, with trace amounts of calcium, potassium and iron.
  • Beetroot is one of the most interesting of all vegetables, its juice is used as a general tonic; it has therapeutic properties to help with kidney, prostate, liver, gall bladder, kidney stones and even sexual weakness problems.
  • Canned carrots and pumpkin are simply chock-full of carotenoids which are a powerful antioxidant. Pumpkin has alpha carotene which according to some experts is far more powerful than beta carotene. Pumpkin seeds are also full of vitamins and minerals and it is recommended that you consume a small quantity daily.