If there’s one fruit I love, it’s tomatoes! Although they’re technically a fruit, we prepare and eat it like a vegetable. There are many health benefits of tomatoes which are a great secondary reason to consume it. (The first reason is for its great taste!)
Serving Size: One small 100-gram tomato
Sugar: 2.6 grams
Fiber: 1.2 grams
Fat: 0.2 grams
Carbs: 3.9 grams
Protein: 0.9 grams Read more
Cinnamon has been around for a long time. Ever since its discovery, it’s been used for many purposes including as a remedy of the common cold and food preservation. There are many well-known health benefits of cinnamon that I’ll go over with you.
Did you know? Cinnamon comes from Cinnamomum, the innermost part of tree bark.
There are two main different types of cinnamon:
- cassia cinnamon – the common type we can find almost anywhere.
- ceylon cinnamon – widely known as “true cinnamon”.
Are you struggling with getting people to speak to you? Turns out, there are some ways to make people like you that you may want to try. These strategies listed below have been tested and proven true by many people. I’ve been using them in my own life and the results have been amazing!
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The most important way to make people like you is to smile. That’s because smiling is often times the first opportunity we can take to build a connection with someone. Instead of looking down or away, look at the person and smile.
A smile is a friendly way to say hello and usually, the person will smile back. By wearing a smile on your face, you’re giving the impression that you’re friendly and approachable.
To learn more about smiling, check out my post, “How Smiling Will Change Your Life And Transform Your Relationships.”
Remember A Person’s Name
When you meet someone and get their name, that’s a precious thing! Repeat it to yourself over and over trying to link their name with their face. Do you know why?
People love their name. They don’t always like the way it sounds or sometimes they wish they were named something else. But nonetheless, it’s unique to them and is part of their identity. Therefore, when you smile and greet someone by their name, it shows that they’re important.
You remembered them and it shows. It also lets them know that you view them as a person and not just a clerk or a worker. Read more
At one of my previous employers, people thought I was nuts. The reason for this is because I always smiled. So many people in that store were miserable and hated their jobs. I was one of the few that always wore a smile, no matter what.
A smile is a friendly way to say, “Hello.” In retail, it’s a great rule of thumb to greet every customer that comes within reach. Simply saying, “Good morning,” with a smile makes you stand out from the rest. However, at peak seasons there may be too many people to say hi to. That’s when a smile comes in handy.
But there are other benefits of smiling also. A smile gives off a warm feeling. Next time you go to the stores, look around. Are there more people smiling than not? Then, try this. Smile at everyone you see. Most of the time, they’ll smile back. It’s a pretty cool thing. Read more
About Vitamin E
Vitamin E has eight different forms. However, only one is active and can meet human requirements – alpha-tocopherol.
Vitamin E helps support the immune system, regulates gene expression, and helps with other metabolic processes. It also aids in keeping the inner lining of blood vessels clear and smooth by preventing build up.
This vitamin is considered an antioxidant, which means it neutralized free radicals and can help prevent the onset of diseases.
Taking Vitamin E supplements are linked with negative effects such as a stroke.  Read more
About Vitamin A
The term Vitamin A is used to refer to a group of compound necessary for growth, immune system, reproductions, and vision.
There are two types of Vitamin A-
- Preformed Vitamin A – found in animal products.
- Provitamin A Carotenoids – found in plants.
Provitamin A carotenoids can be converted to Vitamin A. Beta-carotene is the most known of these carotenoids and the most active. Carotenoids have a wide spectrum of colors, such as yellow, red, and orange hues. Read more
Vitamin C, AKA L-ascorbic acid, is a necessary nutrient and can be found in many delicious foods. But first, let’s take a look at what Vitamin C does for the human body before we take a look at different Vitamin C foods.
Vitamin C helps to create L-carnitine, collagen, and certain neurotransmitters. Also, it aids in protein metabolism, iron absorption, and boosts the immune system. Plus, it acts as an antioxidant.
Although nearly impossible on a plant-based diet, a Vitamin c deficiency leads to a very rare disease called scurvy. Read more