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An excellent source of vitamin C and antioxidants, strawberries are famous fruits. The crunchy and juicy strawberries cure many diseases apart from being tasty. It is easily available in the market and those who love to cook can bring them home and make easy dishes.

Check out some of the easy to make strawberry recipes and stay healthy.

Strawberry banana smoothie
Strawberry banana smoothie
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One of the most refreshing things you can make with strawberry is this smoothie. This will fill your tummy for a longer time and flush out toxins from your body. Also, if you are following a weight loss regimen, this smoothie can be your breakfast or lunch or dinner. Just put two cups of strawberries, one banana, one cup of toned milk or almond milk, and one tablespoon of honey. If you want you can put a few cubes of ice also.

Strawberry dipped in chocolate
Strawberry dipped in chocolate
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This is the easiest strawberry recipe that you can make any time. It is tasty and relaxing both. You just need to melt chocolates (regular milk chocolate would do) first. Now dip the strawberries (the whole ones – no cutting is required) in it. Place them in a tray and refrigerate it for 4 hours. Enjoy them while binge-watching on your weekends or while sipping a tasty wine with close friends.

Strawberry cucumber salad
Strawberry cucumber salad
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Rich in antioxidants and vitamin C, this strawberry salad is something that will fill your stomach and take care of your body. The refreshing salad will aid in weight loss and is a perfect summer salad. You need to cut the strawberries in whichever shape and size you prefer. Also, bring some kiwis, cucumber, and watermelon. After cutting them mix them in your salad bowl. Sprinkle some salt and pepper (optional) along with a dash of lemon juice. You may also garnish it with shreds of cottage cheese.

You may enjoy this tasty and healthy salad at your lunch.

Strawberry chicken salad
Strawberry chicken salad
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Those who love chicken can infuse some strawberries in their dish. Take boneless chicken (so that you can shred them easily), marinade, and then roast them well. Now take a bowl and place some lettuce leaves first followed by chicken shreds of the roasted chicken, cubes of strawberries, cucumber, and tomato, a dash of salt and pepper, and parmesan cheese. It is damn tasty and healthy.

Strawberry open sandwich
Strawberry open sandwich
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Toast two pieces of bread and apply butter, margarine, or mayonnaise. Sprinkle some salt and pepper. Now cut the strawberries into small pieces and garnish the toasts. Your open sandwich is ready to savor.

Strawberry Mug cake
Strawberry Mug cake
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Just bring home a vanilla or chocolate cake mix and milk. Now take your favorite oven-friendly mug and pour some cake mix. Add milk in it and give a mix. Remember that the mix should not be too thick or too thin. Now add to it some small pieces of strawberries. Put it inside the oven and bake for 4-5 minutes. A delicious yet easy strawberry mug cake is ready for you. Enjoy it with a scoop of ice-cream.

Three basic things bind people in India and they are – food, cricket, and cinema. Out of these three, food is the basic necessity of people without which survival is impossible. The food habits of people in a certain location are the reflection of geography and culture. Our country boasts of its striking diversity and therefore, the moment you turn from one district to another or one city to another – you will notice a huge change in cuisine. Isn’t that beautiful?

If you are a foodie, then, you must know which city is famous for which food item. To make your task easier, here is a list of Indian metro cities that are food-lovers paradise.

Dilwalo ki New Delhi
Dilwalo ki New Delhi
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New Delhi is the capital of India and thus you will find people from all other Indian regions here easily. Thus, to accommodate people of every part, you will find joints that serve PAN Indian food or specializes in a certain regional cuisine. If you are looking out for cheap and delicious regional food, you can go to Dilli Haat or go to the state houses (Andhra Bhawan, Banga Bhawan, etc.). But the real Delhi kinda food is Chhole Kulche, Rajma Chawal, Chhole Bhature, Dahi Bhalla, Aloo Tikki, Gol guppa, and chaats of various types. Also, you must not miss strolling through Chandni Chowk and Parathe wali gali.

Sweet Capital of India- Kolkata
Sweet Capital of India- Kolkata
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Kolkata is a true food lover’s paradise. The Kathi roll that is now famous in many metro cities was born here during the British Raj. The authentic Biryani came to Kolkata through Wazir Shah of Lucknow. The biryani lovers can go to Aminia & Arsenal and enjoy the Kolkata special biryani with one whole potato and egg. Fish in fried and gravy forms are the best here. The variety of street food from fritters (potato, banana flower, soybean, mango, mix vegetable, brinjal,etc.) to jhal-muri (puffed rice), haleem, fuchka (gol gappe), etc. are lip-smacking. Last but not the least, you must experience the countless varieties of sweets like Roshogolla, Chhanar jilipi, sondesh, etc.

The city of Nizams- Hyderabad
The city of Nizams- Hyderabad
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Biryani is one of the most famous food here that is a mix of Andhra, Turkish, and Mughlai cuisine. Go to Bawarchi for Mutton Biryani and stop at Shadab for Chicken Biryani. Sarvi serves the unconventional Chicken and drumsticks biryani – don’t miss that. You can also try other amazingly delicious recipes like keema samosa, lukhmi, sheer khurma, and paaya.

Mayanagri Mumbai
Mayanagri Mumbai
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This is another place just like Kolkata and Delhi where you will find a variety of regional food apart from their flavor. Vada pav and pav bhaji are the two authentic dishes of Mumbai along with lots of Marathi cuisine like Aluvadi, Sabudana Vada, Bhakarvadi, Puran Poli, Misal Pav, Thaipeeth, and Pithale. Also, if you are a fan of Parsi cuisine, then, Mumbai will serve you right with its Sali Boti, Dhansak, etc.

Nawabo ka Shahar Lucknow
Nawabo ka Shahar Lucknow
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It is the seat of Awadhi cuisine and anyone who has eaten here would believe that it is heaven. From biryanis to kebabs – the list of scrumptious non-vegetarian food is endless here. Go to the iconic places like Dasterkhwan for its galouti kebabs, Tunday kababi for their tunday kebabs, and Naushijaan for the boti kebabs. Also try paaya ki nihari while in Lucknow.

“I choose a lazy person to do a hard job. Because a lazy person will find an easy way to do it.”

-Bill Gates

Being lazy is an art. It takes a lot of effort and strategy to figure out the easiest way of doing something. And lazy people not only make their own lives easy but by sharing their wisdom, they make it easy for other people as well.

Since I am lazy as well, I would like to share my wisdom with my Lazy Bhai Bandus! Here are some products which have made my life easier:

Dry Shampoo
Dry Shampoo
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Getting up early to wash your hair? No thanks, I’ll use dry shampoo. You shouldn’t do it regularly, but it can save you from looking like you woke up late.

Clothes Folder
Clothes Folder
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Sure mom, let me fold the clothes. It literally takes just 4 seconds to fold your clothes with this.

Vegetable Chopper
Vegetable Chopper
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Knives are old school now! You just need to pull the string and your vegetables are chopped.

Self-Stirring Mug
Self-Stirring Mug
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Why strain your arms while mixing sugar into your tea, coffee or lemonade, this mug can do it for you.

Hoodie Pillow
Hoodie Pillow
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If you are lazy, you probably love to sleep. This pillow gives you the privilege if dozing off anywhere you want.

Prism Glasses
Prism Glasses
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Is it one of those days where you don’t feel like getting out of bed and yet you need to be productive? Keep lying down, and you can still read or watch TV.

Hair Root Applicator Bottle
Hair Root Applicator Bottle
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Can’t find someone for chumpy? Well, you do not need anyone if you have a bottle with a comb on top of it. All you got to do is comb your hair while pressing the bottle a little.

Mobile Phone Holder
Mobile Phone Holder
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If you are as lazy as me, you watch Netflix on your phone because it takes a lot of effort to turn on your laptop, and then log in to your account. Why hold your phone when you can just fit it in the holder?

Claw Grabber 
Claw Grabber 
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It is invented for all those lazy people who do not even feel like extending their arms to grab things around them.

Bean Bag
Bean Bag
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That is just a lazy person classic! If you don’t have it, you need to question your laziness.

He started his career through ad films and became a teenage crush among girls in the 90’s. Little did the bees of the ’90s knew that one day he will be known as one of the finest actors in Bollywood. Born to filmy-family, he got his Bollywood break in the year 2003 with a movie named Ishq Vishk that was about college romance. He was applauded by the audience.

But then it took many years to establish the place that he has created for himself. Today he is one of the top paid actors and his recent successes at the Box Office have proved that he is here for longer innings.

Shahid Kapoor despite being a successful Bollywood name has been quite an underrated actor. His performances have gone better from one movie to another but somehow he is still to get his due.

Some of his powerhouse performances are listed below:

Prem ka Vivah (2006)
Prem ka Vivah
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This movie came from the Rajshri productions who are known for their tear-jerking family dramas. Vivah was about the journey of a couple’s relationship from their engagement to marriage. It was a Box Office winner and Shahid Kapoor played the part of shy Prem beautifully. The innocence of a first-time lover, the expectations of a lover, or the commitment of a husband – all the shades of Prem were carried out by SK with perfection.

The Aditya Kashyap of Jab We Met (2007)
The Aditya Kashyap of Jab We Met
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This movie was a game-changer for the lead actress but Shahid, in my opinion, was under-praised. His silence when he is devastated, his confusion when his life is falling apart, his excitement when he found his lost passion, his grief when he is unable to find Geet, or his flamboyance while walking through the sugarcane fields – he was one of the strong points of JWM. Without his contrast, Geet wouldn’t have become a sensation.

Charlie aur Guddu Hai Kaminey (2009)
Charlie aur Guddu Hai Kaminey
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This is one of my most favorite performances of Shahid Kapoor. He played twin roles – one is 360 degrees different than the other. Vishal Bharadwaj brought the best out of this hungry actor. Lisping or stuttering – he was perfect in portraying both the flaws. Be it intensely romantic scenes, dark humor scenes, or the dream sequences – Shahid Kapoor gave a career-defining performance here.

Jhelum wala Bismil in Haider (2014)
Jhelum wala Bismil in Haider
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After 5 years he again collaborated with Vishal Bharadwaj who pushes him as an actor to limits he didn’t know he can win over. Haider won him the much-awaited Best Actor award after 11 years of sheer hard work and perseverance. Leave the whole movie aside, just see him perform in that Bismil song and you will know what an amazing actor he is.

Tommy Singh of Udta Punjab (2016)
Tommy Singh of Udta Punjab
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He played a singer who is a drug-addict and that addiction eats up his life and career. As Tommy Singh, he was mad, aggressive, sympathetic, stupid, and courageous. That confrontational scene on stage is still one of his best scenes ever portrayed on-screen. He deserved all the awards that year. Who else could have depicted that turmoil?

Mewar wale Rawal Ratan Singh in Padmavat (2018)
Mewar wale Rawal Ratan Singh in Padmavat
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The grapevine of Bollywood was rife that no one was keen to take up this role. Why? Because Ranveer Singh is Bhansali’s favorite and he is doing the role of Khilji and that character will be larger than life. One after the other actors were declining this role and this is when our heart-throb Shahid Kapoor took up this challenge. Remember that his last Hit was Udta Punjab where he played a flawed and crazy character. This Padmavat role was about a noble king who lives with honesty – that contrast was applauded much. He reached a phase where his limited screen time can also have an outstanding effect on the minds of people.

Bekhayali Kabir Singh (2019)
Bekhayali Kabir Singh
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Seems like Shahid Kapoor is in the best phase of his career. Everyone expected Kabir Singh will do well but the thing that it will be one of the biggest blockbusters of Bollywood and Shahid’s career was out of the calculation. Shahid Kapoor has truly put his heart and soul in this role. His anger or frustration all seemed effortless here. Although this movie drove some controversies – despite that no critics or mass audience can deny the fact that this is one of Shahid’s best performances till date.

Let’s rewind some of these movies and greet him a Happy Birthday!

Moringa or Moringa oleifera is a plant that has been appreciated for more than 1000 years for its amazing health benefits. This tree is also known as the “tree of life”. Ayurveda says that every part of this tree is useful in some way. This tree can cure nearly 300 diseases.

Those who are still confused about this “wonder tree”, let me tell you that this is none other than the tree from where you get drumsticks. Drumsticks are used profusely in south Indian and Bengali cuisine.

So, first of all, learn how to make this miracle tea or moringa tea.
how to make this miracle tea or moringa tea
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  1. Pluck a few matured and green leaves from the branches. Remember to pluck only the green ones and not the yellow ones.
  2. Now you have to air-dry the leaves. Sun drying is not suggested as that reduces the nutritive powers of the leaves.
  3. Use a blender to make a powder of these air-dried moringa leaves.
  4. Take a pan and boil a cup of water.
  5. Add just 1 teaspoon of moringa leaves powder and give a good stir.
  6. You may add a few drops of lemon to taste.
  7. If you want your tea to be a bit sweeter then go for honey (you may use sugar too but remember that honey is a healthier option)

In case you don’t want to go through this process, you can always order moringa tea powder or moringa tea bags online.

Benefits of Drinking Moringa Tea or Miracle Tea:
Aids in weight loss
Aids in weight loss
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All those people who are trying to lose weight or stay in great shape must try this moringa tea. This tea has a stimulating effect on metabolism and helps the body to burn calories at a faster rate. Also, this tea is absorbed into the intestine. Moringa tea is rich in essential vitamins and minerals and is also effective in mobilizing the stored visceral fat.

Controls Blood Pressure
Controls Blood Pressure
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Moringa tea helps in controlling the blood pressure because it contains quercetin. If consumed regularly, the BP patients can also fight inflammation due to the antioxidants present in moringa leaves.

Secret energy booster
Secret energy booster
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Consume moringa tea in the morning for at least 15-21 days and see the change in your body. You will remain energized all through the day.

No cholesterol
No cholesterol
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Moringa leaves or even drumsticks are suggested by doctors to those whose cholesterol levels are high. With moringa tea one or two times a day – you will overcome your problem of cholesterol and thus the rate of heart disease will also be reduced.

Lowers blood sugar
Lowers blood sugar
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It may also help people with blood sugar. The antioxidant chlorogenic acid is found in moringa tea ad that helps in checking blood sugar levels. Also, this tea is a wonderful store of vitamin C that helps in reducing blood sugar.

Flawless skin & healthy hair
Flawless skin & healthy hair
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Moringa tea helps in the proper functioning of the kidney and the liver that facilitates a good excretory system. If the waste is disposed of from your body properly, then, your skin will glow more. With moringa tea, you will thus experience a younger looking flawless skin.

Also, note that your hair will become glossier, healthier, and livelier than before. Use moringa oil or moringa powder hair pack along with the consumption of moringa tea.

All-round nourishment
All-round nourishment
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Apart from controlling BP, lowering cholesterol, or aiding in weight loss, moringa tea will also help you in nourishing your eyes and brain. The brain is the seat where all the big decisions happen and thus you will be a lot calmer when it comes to taking proper decisions even in difficult times.

Cooking is an art. The fragrant spices, fresh vegetables, and colorful cookware fill the mind with happiness. When you have time at your hand, then you can cook slowly – taking time to hop the veggies in style. But when you are rushing and still cooking has to be great, knowing some hacks will surely help you. These Indian cooking hacks will also help the amateurs to become a PRO at the kitchen.

Check out the Indian cooking hacks and be a PRO now:

#RiceRiceBaby
RiceRiceBaby
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Rinse rice several times at first. Then when you measure the right amount of water for boiling the rice, don’t forget to put a few drops of lemon juice in it. The rice will be whiter, won’t be sticky, and will be tastier.

#TamatarTales
TamatarTales
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To peel the skin of tomatoes easily place them in simmering water for 10 minutes. In case the tomatoes have over-ripened then place them in cold water with some salt overnight. The next morning you will see them all firm up.

#KyukiPyaazMehengaHai
KyukiPyaazMehengaHai
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The trick to keeping onions fresher for a longer time is to wrap them individually in newspapers. Now store them in a cool and dark place. And to caramelize the onions faster, add some baking powder in the pan.

#KesarKiKahani
KesarKiKahani
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Has that happened to you that you have added saffron to your dish but the flavor is minimal? Well, there is a trick to enhance the flavor of saffron. You can warm it up for 10-15 seconds in a microwave and then stir with a teaspoon of warm milk.

#TelKaKhayalRakkhe
TelKaKhayalRakkhe
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All of us want tasty and rich Indian food but don’t want to add up to our cholesterol – right? So, for your Sunday special breakfast puris – keep the puris in the refrigerator for 10-15 minutes before frying. That way the puris won’t absorb much grease.

#NamakShamak
NamakShamak
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If by mistake you have poured way too much salt in your dish, don’t panic – you can fix this. Add a splash of milk in your dish and the salt will be neutralized. Or you can also add a few cut potatoes that will soak up the extra salt.

#NimbooKiShakti
NimbooKiShakti
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Lemon is a wonderful thing in the kitchen. Rub the lemon on your knives and then wash it under running water. All the grease will be gone. To keep your refrigerator smell good, always keep a cut lemon in it.

#KadhaiKiSafai
KadhaiKiSafai
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To get rid of sticky, greasy, and patchy pans or woks, you need to add some vinegar and warm water and keep your utensils like that for half an hour. And then use a normal dishwasher and clean them up.

Madhubala- born on the day of love, 14th February is one of India’s most enchanting actors. Her beauty and acting mesmerized people from Kashmir to Kanyakumari. Her portrayal of Anarkali in Mughal-e-Azam is still the strongest role of her career. In the book ‘I want to live’ – The Story of Madhubala by Khatija Akbar you will get to know the fascinating tale of love, craving, treachery, despair, and struggle in Madhubala’s life.

There was, is, and would be no other Madhubala. The current generation of movie buffs or film enthusiasts should know about her. So, taking a cue from the aforementioned book and also based on various interviews and writings online, here are some of the amazing facts about Madhubala.

Know Madhubala more here:

  1. Her real name is Mumtaz Jehan Begum Dehlavi and was born in the year 1933.
  2. She acted in 66 films out of which only 15 were Box Office hits. But unlike her contemporaries like Meena Kumari, Vyjanthimala, or Nargis, she never won an award. And that doesn’t make her any less popular.
  3. After a painful break-up with Dilip Kumar, she was married to Kishore Kumar.
  4. Due to family responsibilities, Madhubala had to start working at a tender age. She missed school for that. People closer to her in the industry says that she used to work like a machine. She commuted daily in the overcrowded 3rd class compartments from Malad to Dadar and still was never late at work.
  5. Theater Arts, an American Magazine, once conferred Madhubala with the title- “The Biggest Star in the World”. It was a rare honor although she never visited Beverly Hills.
  6. If you have seen Mughal-e-Azam, you must remember the outstanding performances of Dilip Kumar & Madhubala – they were amazing in their scenes together. Can you now believe that they were not in talking terms back then as a result of their bitter break up? Imagine the level of professional and artistic excellence that never came in the way of their portrayal of a romantic couple.
  7. Our beloved Madhubala was also a fashion diva. She carried the off-shoulder dress, the hip wide trousers and chequered shirts brilliantly. Even the simple chiffons, buxom blouses, the Anarkali dress, and that wavy hairdo – all were trendsetters back then till today.
  8. Madhubala wanted to direct a movie named “Farz Aur Ishq” in 1969. But she then became seriously ill and the world couldn’t see her behind the lenses ever.
  9. She suffered from heart disease and died at the young age of 36.
  10. In the New Delhi Center of Madame Tussauds there is a statue of Madhubala that is inspired by her look in the film Mughal-E-Azam.

The oval-shaped brown fruit with green juicy pulp inside is one of the tastiest fruits in the world. The brown cover is thin, hairy, and fibrous. The other name of this popular fruit is kiwifruit and Chinese gooseberry. China produces almost half of the total world production of kiwis. Many think that kiwifruit belongs to New Zealand as the people of New Zealand are called Kiwis but that is not true. China is the place where this fruit originated in the 12th century and it was exported to New Zealand in the early 20th century.

The taste is amazing and it is super-healthy. In 100gms of kiwifruit, you will find 61 calories, no cholesterol, no fat, 3mg of sodium, and 312mg of potassium. It is also a great source of Vitamin C, Vitamin B6, and magnesium.

Read more about the amazing health benefits of Kiwi:

Keeps your heart healthy:
Keeps your heart healthy
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Studies reveal that eating kiwis in the morning has the same effect as aspirin but minus the side effects of aspirin. By eating 2-3 kiwis per day you can reduce the blood clotting by 18% and fatty deposits within the blood by 15%. Make a habit of having it between meals.

Digestion:
Digestion
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With kiwifruits in your diet, digestion would surely improve. They are great sources of dietary fibers and these fibers help in binding or removing the toxins from the colon. These fibers are also helpful in preventing constipation and gastrointestinal problems.

Prevents asthma:
Prevents asthma
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Due to the high percentage of vitamin C and other nutrients in kiwifruit, they help in preventing or combating asthma and other respiratory diseases. Studies reveal that those who eat kiwifruits have 44% less incidence of wheezing compared to those who don’t.

Repairs DNA:
Repairs DNA
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Eating kiwi daily makes the body strong enough to fight against DNA damages too. The phytonutrients present in kiwifruits help in restoring the damaged DNA And also preventing the formation of cancerous cells.

Carries anti-cancer properties:
Carries anti-cancer properties
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Kiwifruits contain anti-cancer properties. It has a variety of flavonoids and carotenoids which prevents the DNA from being damaged. Once the DNA is safe the cancer growth is prevented successfully.

Blessed with magnesium & potassium:
Blessed with magnesium & potassium
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Kiwis are great sources of magnesium and potassium and that means if you consume kiwis daily you will see a rise in your energy levels. The magnesium and potassium will help you to maintain a sane blood pressure level, reduce the risk of kidney stones, and will keep the osteoporosis at a distance.

Improves brain function:
Improves brain function
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The presence of folic acid in kiwifruits makes it an amazing agent to improve brain function. It also prevents any kind of brain defect in babies, before and after birth. This fruit also helps in improving memory, mood, learning abilities, and appetite.

Helps to sleep well:
Helps to sleep well
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The folic acid in kiwis helps in sleeping well and waking up in the morning refreshed. A regular intake of kiwis also helps in better focus.

Better eyesight:
Better eyesight
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Kiwifruits are rich in lutein and zeaxanthin which are compounds found in the eyes. With a regular intake of 2-3 kiwis daily, these compounds increase and they help to reduce macular degeneration by 36%.

Great for skin:
Great for skin
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Kiwis help you gain a soft, supple, and youthful skin for the amazing antioxidants, vitamin C, and vitamin E in them. They protect against skin cell degeneration.

Apart from all these points mentioned above, kiwis are also blessed with properties that boost immunity, fight male impotency, and supports healthy birth.

Travelling is one of the best ways to learn. Every country, every state, & even every city has its own hidden treasures and secrets which can only be discovered by visiting them. On visiting you get to learn about their food, culture, historical events, and the best thing is that you get to learn all this by talking to people & visiting places. Then another advantages of visiting historic places are amazing photographs and making new friends. It is a thrilling experience that helps you learn and grow spiritually.

If you love traveling as much as history, then here are 5 places you must visit:

New Delhi, India
New Delhi, India
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Dil walo ka shehar Dilli!

It is known as the capital of India for a reason. It has seen way too many historical events which were majorly related to political issues. The place has Qutub Minar, India Gate, Red Fort, Jantar Mantar, Humayun’s Tomb and many more places to relish.

Rome, Italy
Rome, Italy
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Known for amazing architecture, Rome is a great place to visit. It is one of the oldest cities in Europe and was the center of the Roman empire. It has Colosseum, Teatro Marcello, Arch of Constantine, and much more amazing architecture to explore.

Cairo, Egypt
Cairo, Egypt
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Set on the Nile River, Cairo is the capital of Egypt. It is filled with ancient remains of ancient Egypt and is known for its own history. It has famous marvels such as the Pyramids of Giza and the Great Sphinx. The city is known as a cultural treasure and a single visit can leave you mesmerized.

Athens, Greece
Athens, Greece
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The largest city in Greece, Athens is classic preservation of Greek Civilization. The Acropolis of Greece is famous and exhibits great architecture. Then it has other historical monuments like Parthenon, Plaka, Temple of Athens and many more beautiful places to explore.

Khajurao, Madhya Pradesh, India
Khajurao, Madhya Pradesh, India
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The famous city of Khajurao is known for its medieval Hindu and Jain temples. There were 85 temples built in the city, and 20 remain still and well preserved. Made in sandstone, they have intricate carvings which are majorly all sensual eulogies to lovemaking.

So all you history lovers, get ready and pack your bags, you have a lot to discover.

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