Monthly Archives: July 2018

Health Benefits of Fruits, Vegetables, and Nuts

health benefits of fruits, vegetables, and nuts

There are numerous health benefits of fruits, vegetables, and nuts as they can be taken in any form. You can take them plainly or mixed. You can blend them together to make smoothies, shakes, and even salads that can be taken with meals. here are a few benefits of selected fruits, vegetables, and nuts.


•Protects the heart from diseases
•Also helps in preventing constipation
•Improves lung capacity
•Cushions joints and
•Absolutely a good source of fibre that aids digestion


•Helps in battling diabetes
•Lowers cholesterol level
•Helps to stop stroke too
•Also a good aid in controlling blood pressure
•Smoothens the skin


•Protects the heart.
•Strengthens bones.
•Controls blood pressure
•And also aids diarrhoea


•Prevents constipation
•Helps with haemorrhoids
•Lowers cholesterol level
•Not only does it combat cancer
•But also stabilizes blood sugar.


•Very good for the eyes
•Combats cancer
•Protects the heart
•Also controls blood pressure


•Combats cancer
•Prevents constipation
•Promotes weight loss
•Helps haemorrhoids


•Great for the eyes
•Prevent constipation
•Fights cancer
•And also aids in weight loss


•Protects against prostate cancer
•Combats breast cancer
•Strengthens bones
•Banishes bruises
•Guards against heart diseases


•Lowers cholesterol
•Controls blood pressure
•Combats cancer
•Kills bacteria and also
•Fights fungus


•Protects against heart attacks
•Promotes Weight loss
•Helps stops strokes
•Combats Prostate Cancer
•Lowers cholesterol


•Good for improving eyesight
•Fights kidney stones
•Combats cancer
•Enhances blood flow


•Fights cancer
•Control blood pressure
•Smoothens skin
•In addition, it stops scurvy


•Controls blood pressure
•Lowers cholesterol
•Importantly, it combats cancer
•Strengthens bones


•Supports immune systems
•Combat cancer
•Prevents mouth sores
•And also aids the digestion of food


•Strengthens bones
•Relieves colds
•Aids in digestion
•Dissolves warts


•Combats cancer
•Protects the heart.
•Boosts memory
•Calms stress


•Aids digestion as it is rich in fibre
•The blend is good for lactose-intolerant stomachs
•Treats erectile function disorder
•Also helps in controlling blood pressure


•Protects the prostate
•Combats cancer
•In addition, it lowers cholesterol level
•And also protects the heart


•Lowers cholesterol
•Combat cancer.
•A good memory booster.
•Additionally, it protects against cardiovascular diseases.


•Protects prostate
•Promotes weight loss
•Lowers cholesterol level
•Controls blood pressure
•Fights dehydration

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An apple a day keeps the doctor away…

It is not always about “swallow and fufu.” They are so many other benefits of fruits that are not limited to taking these ones or mentioned here. Regularly include fruits and vegetables in your meals.

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How to Enter a Relationship

how to get into a relationship

At some point in life, we all crave to get into a relationship. We feel the need to love and be loved back. But how do you enter a relationship? And how do you get in a relationship especially when you have never been in a relationship before?

There are different reasons people have for going into a relationship – some good, some, not so good.

But firstly, ask yourself “Why do I want to get into a relationship? Is it because others have a partner and I don’t?” Get clear about why you need the other person first. It is not just about you but the other person want the relationship? It is a give-and-get mutuality.

Here are some vital tips to help you get into a relationship and build it:

  • Build your self-esteem

You cannot love someone or get into a relationship with someone else if you don’t love the person in the mirror enough. Inferiority complex is one reason why people cannot get into a healthy relationship and stay. Build self-esteem and get confident about yourself.

  • Be clear about your relationship goals and don’t let the experience of others deter you

Why do you want a relationship? What do you intend to achieve having and keeping that relationship?  What kind of person do you want the relationship with? What do you want it to lead to? And also let the other person know your expectations as they share theirs too.

You cannot have the same relationship experiences as others. This is because their goals are different from yours or they didn’t even have goals in the first place. Because theirs didn’t work out don’t mean you can’t work something out for yourself and your relationship.

  • Learn what builds and makes a strong lasting relationship

Before you get into a relationship, you need to learn what builds and keeps a relationship. These four are always present in such relationships:

(a). Communication (b). Understanding

(c). Trust (d). Tolerance

Read also 7 Things New Couples Should Focus on Early In Marriage

  • Don’t allow familiarity to breed contempt

There are people very close to you that you may take for granted in going into a relationship with just because you see them as friends. You have become used to seeing them and getting into a relationship with them is a NO for many.

Who else will understand you better if not a friend? But most ladies would prefer not to. And even while in the relationship, don’t become bored by getting used to the other person. Learn to respect the other person as time passes.

  • Watch out for what the other person likes and dislikes – then ask yourself if you can tolerate them or not

They all come in packages. There is something that makes you like someone. There is also a possibility of them possessing something in their behaviour orb attributes you may not like. Focus on the good and tolerate the not-so-good.

You will have something that got them attracted to you and also something that turns them off.

Learn your partner’s strengths and weaknesses and learn to tolerate them. Else, walk…

  • Start off with the common things

The common things are the ones that unite us. What things do you like that they also like? Where do they like going that they love too?

When you want to enter a relationship, put one leg in first. Then if it is okay you can put the second leg in and be swept away by the currents of love. Love is not blind. Every healthy relationship has eyes and can see clearly what it wants. Enter a relationship with your eyes open.

Are you in a relationship? How did you get into it? What is sustaining it? You can leave comments about how you got into your relationship below.  You can also share and follow us on Facebook ♣ Twitter ♣ Instagram for more informative relationships content