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Food Fact: There are thousands of different varieties of apples including Fuji, Gala, Red Delicious, Golden Delicious, Pink Lady and Granny Smith.

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BOK CHOY OR PAK CHOI is a type of Chinese cabbage. It is excellent source of vitamin C, vitamin A and have anti-Inflammatory benefits. Use Bok Choy in your daily salads, sandwiches, soups or for garnishing.

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Food fact: Eggplants are actually fruits, and classified botanically as berries.

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Though regular consumption of Chocolate causes gain in body weight, but there are a number of health benefits with this delicious treat. It is good for the heart and circulation and reduces risk of stroke. Worry not to be a chocolatarian once in a week!

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Fruit & Veggie muffins. A healthy way to keep both kids and parents happy. They're good for parents too! http://www.superhealthykids.com/power-packed-fruit-and-veggie-muffin-for-picky-eaters/

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GO NUTS FOR NUTS ! Nuts and seeds are super healthy. They are a great natural source of vitamins, minerals, protein, fat, and fiber. From now ensure to include munch of handful edible nuts or healthy seeds in your breakfast.

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MINT OR MENTHA IN ELLIE'S GARDEN Spring has arrived. It is the best time to plant mint. You can plant it outdoor and indoor as well. Mint has many health benefits. It has anti-cancer properties, helps in relieving cough and cold, prevents asthma and allergies, boosts immunity and many more. Below is the link to plant mint in super easy way with your kids. http://www.wikihow.com/Grow-Mint

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It's good to keep bananas handy as they are high in nutrition that revives energy.

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An apple a day keeps the doctor away! Apple is a rich source of dietary fiber, along with good quantities of Vitamin C and beta carotene.

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Papaya leaves can be steamed and eaten and in some countries, they are used to make tea as well.

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