Date is an extremely healthy fruit. It contains a good proportion of fibre which makes it an excellent food to naturally fight constipation. It is also rich in nutrients such as Iron, Calcium, Potassium, Phosphorous, Manganese, Magnesium, Sulphur and Copper. The fruit is useful in conditions of constipation, stomach cancer, weight gain, sexual weakness, diarrhoea etc. Also, Date facilitates muscle development and therefore is a recommended food for recovering patients.

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Wheat Grass is a miracle plant and many renowned nutritionists are proponents of this wonder plant. Scientist and soil expert, Dr. Earp Thomas, was able to separate more than hundred elements from fresh Wheat Grass and declared it a complete food. Chlorophyll is a major (70 percent) constituent of wheatgrass. It is a natural cleanser and neutralizes body toxins. Nobel Laureate Dr. Fisher used Chlorophyll to cure anaemia. The Chlorophyll molecule is very similar to Haemoglobin (a constituent of human blood) and differs only in the central element which is Magnesium in Chlorophyll and Iron in Haemoglobin. Another scientist, Frans Miller, concluded that chlorophyll is a natural blood building element for humans and other herbivorous. Dr. Birscher, a scientist, considered chlorophyll "concentrated sun power". He believed that Chlorophyll has positive effects on heart function, intestine, uterus, vascular system and lungs. It enhances Nitrogen exchange hence acts as a tonic for body.

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Omega 3 are essential fatty acids necessary for normal functioning of human body. Unfortunately, Omega 3 can not be produced by human body and could only be obtained from other sources. Salmon, Tuna, Halibut, ALgae, krill are food items which contain Omega 3. In recent years, Omega3 has gained immense popularity for its benefits in lowering risk of heart diseases. According to American Heart Association, consuming fatty fish at least twice a week is beneficial for heart health. Omega 3 consumption is also associated with other health benefits, though strongest evidence relates to heart health.

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Finger Millet, also known as Ragi, is cultivated in drier parts of the world - mainly in Asia and Africa. Ragi has a distinct taste and is widely used in Southern Indian and Ethiopian dishes. Ragi is a rich source of Calcium, Iron, Protein, Fiber and other minerals. The cereal has low fat content and contains mainly unsaturated fat. It is easy to digest and does not contain gluten; people who are sensitive to gluten can easily consume Fnger Millet. Ragi is considered one of the most nutritious cereals. It has different names in local languages. It is known as Ragi in Telugu and Kannada, Kelvaragu/aariyam in Tamil, and Madua/Mangal in Hindi.

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