Grapes boost brain power. A research demonstrates improved short-term memory, coordination and balance in animals as a benefit of drinking grape juice.
A medium sized carrot has 35 calories and provides a good source of vitamin K and more than twice the daily value of vitamin A. This latter, studies show, helps the eye to adapt from bright light to darkness.
A vine-ripened tomato has double the vitamin C as the hothouse grown.
Honey is not only utterly healthy, but is the only food that does not spoil.
One piece of avocado is about 22% fat, with the average medium size avocado containing 300 calories and 30 grams of fat.
President Lincoln liked apples. Very often ate the fruit with milk as a light lunch at midday.
Bananas are a good source of vitamin B6, a vitamin essential to new cell formation, a strong nerve system, a healthy liver, and brain functioning. Vitamin B6 also boosts immunity and also promotes healthy skin.
During the Alaskan gold rush, (1897-1898) potatoes were worth their weight in gold. Potatoes were so valued for their content of vitamin C that miners traded gold for them.
Once the honey is eaten, it reaches the blood stream within 20 minutes.
The kiwifruit originally comes from the Yangtze River valley of northern China. Similar forms developed in India and Japan. New Zealand exporters, changed its name from Chinese Gooseberry to Kiwifruit after their national symbol.