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Have some Multi-Vitamins this winter

Nature conspires the need of a human being. With every season, Almighty Allah has created specialized in natural form to prevent and to cure from diseases.Citrus and magical are the real endowment indeed.

In this cyber age , when most of us have opted convenience in every sphere of our lives, we have started compromising much of our invaluable values. In regard to our dietary habits we compromise our health for the sake of convenience.
we find it easy to take a pill of multi than to take natural dietary sources of and minerals which are far more effective than those branded multi vitamins.
Lets make this ‘harsh winter’ much favorable with some recommended dose of ‘natural Multi vitamins’!


A medium size of orange (130gms approx) contain 93 % of vitamin C, 13 % of dietary fiber , 10% folate and 7 % of potassium.

Almonds :

Quarter a cup of Almonds contain 49% of Biotin and 40 % of Vitamin E. It reduces bad cholesterol (LDL), hence reducing the risk of coronary heart diseases due to high content of mono unsaturated fatty acids. They not only decrease post prandial levels, but also provide antioxidants to mop up the smaller amounts of free radicals from our body. Almond reduces the risk of and its Manganese, Copper & Riboflavin helps us to provide Energy.

Cashews :

They are excellent source for dietary copper about 98 % in quarter a cup. Due to its Monounsaturated Fats Cashews also have Heart Protective elements. Its high content of copper helps in iron utilization, elimination of free radicals, development of and connective tissue, and the production of the skin and hair pigment called melanin.


Peanuts are also rich in monounsaturated fats which means its good for our heart. Peanuts contain oleic acid which we found in healthy heart olive oil.


Walnut decreases LDL cholesterol; decreases total cholesterol; increases omega-3 fatty acids in our red cells.It decreases C reactive protein (CRP); decreases tumor necrosis factor also. It helps to reduce the risk of matabolic syndrome hence effective in type 2 diabetes and has anti cancer benefits. A quarter a cup of walnut contain 113% of omega 3 fatty acids and 53 % of copper and 51 % of Manganese.


Pistachios contain a higher amount of protein in comparison with other and the amount of protein found is 6 g per 1 ounce is the highest in comparison to other nuts.Pistachios are excellent sources of vitamin-E; especially rich in gamma-tocopherol; compose about 23 g per100 g. The content in pistachios is also the lowest compared to other nuts. They are the storehouse of minerals like copper, manganese, potassium, calcium, iron, magnesium, zinc, and selenium.

Pine nuts:

Pine is a pack a fairly hefty caloric punch. Pine provide generous amounts of the essential and K. Each ounce of pine contains 18 percent of vitamin of our recommended daily intake and also provide 12 percent of vitamin K of the recommended daily intake.


Fresh 1 medium fig of 50 gms contains 6 % fiber and 37 calories. Figs may tend to reduce weight due to its high fiber content and may reduce pressure for its content.

In short , include healthy in your daily life as there is absolutely no doubt that frequent optimal amount of consumption is related to reduced risk of cardiovascular diseases.

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