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Cooked Ackee Benefits

Rresearcher from the Department of Biochemistry at the University of the West Indies Mona, has discovered that ackee has no saturated fat or cholesterol but they also contained fibre to encourages your stomach, intestines and colon to work efficiently which greatly reduces the risk of becoming constipated.

Roasted Sweet potatoe and Ackee suitable for vegan and vegetarian.

Other aspects of Ackee is that it also contains vitamins B-1, B-2 and Vitamin B-3 also vitamin C, vitamin B-9,  calcium, Iron, minerals, magnesium, potassium, zinc and sodium. The leaves of the ackee tree been used for flu, colds as well as mucous congestion, sprains, joint pains and swellings, mouthwash and when combine the tea with salt and used for pyorrhoea and other gum ailments.

Benefits of Pumkin

Many people tend to think of pumpkins as little more than just a Halloween decoration or a Thanksgiving pie filling, but maybe it is time to rethink this plump, nutritious orange plant.

Pumpkin is an extremely nutrient-dense food, meaning it is chock-full of vitamins and minerals but low in calories.  There are many creative ways pumpkin can be incorporated into your diet, including desserts, soups, salads, and preserves. Eating pumpkin is good for the heart. The fiber, potassium, and vitamin C content in pumpkin all support heart health and good for Blood pressure

Pumkin Rice