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Avocado

Once considered exotic, nowadays avocados are all over the place: showing up in recipes for salads, smoothies, sandwiches and dips. When eaten in a salad or as a side dish avocados are treated as a vegetable.

Valuable source of Vitamin E, B6 and Potassium. There is some confusion that leads to concern that this delicious, nutritious produce is fattening. They do contain fat but not the kind of fat that is harmful. The fat found in avocados is monounsaturated fat and it has been suggested that eating foods ,such as avocados, that contain the right kind of fat, lowers cholesterol and may even lower the risk of heart disease and type 2 diabetes.

Enjoy avocados without the feelings of guilt usually associated with other high fat foods especially chocolate, biscuits and cake each of which contain the wrong kind of fat (saturated fat) and often lead to common health complaints especially when consumed in large quantities. If you are going to include saturated fat in your diet it is probably best to consume butter, coconut oil and palm oil because these fats are usually consumed in far smaller quantities.

This larger, smooth skinned variety is typically eaten with bread, especially hard dough bread or with bulla a round basic firm sweet cake, When eaten with bread and bulla avocados function as cheese or butter.

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Beetroot (Raw/uncooked) 500g

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Bell Pepper (Orange)

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Bell Pepper (Red)

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Bell Pepper (Yellow)

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Carrots

Children believe carrots to be good for the eyes sight.

That's only part of the story.
Other fruit and vegetables especially ones brightly coloured orange, red and yellow are also good choices. It is due to the pigment or natural colours known in the scientific world as "carotenoids" that must give carrots their reputation. Carotenoids are found naturally in many plants and eating them transfers an important vitamin known as beta- carotene into human body.

When taken into the body these same vitamins are converted into Vitamin A, one of the free radical fighting vitamins that is essential for general health and supporting the bodies natural infection fighting defence mechanism. Also referred to as the immune system.

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