Onions And Why You Should Be Eating Them

A Short History Of Onions

Onions And Why You Should Be Eating Them

 

 

Onions originated in Asia and have been cultivated in many countries for over 5,000 years.

The Egyptians associated them with eternity, and they were entombed alongside the Pharaohs.

The Romans believed the onion could improve vision, help sleep, heal mouth sores, dog bites, toothaches, and dysentery.

Greek athletes consumed them before their competitions.

One of the first cookbooks that was written around 2500 years ago contained a great many onion recipes.

The three main foods consumed in Europe during the Middle Ages were beans, cabbage, and onions.

Know Your Onions

There are many different varieties of onion, red, yellow, white, and green, and each has its own unique flavor, which varies from very strong to mildly sweet.

They can be eaten raw, cooked, fried, dried or roasted, and they are commonly used to flavor dips, salads, soups, spreads, stir-fries and other dishes.

It might come as somewhat surprising, but onions, garlic, leeks, chives, scallions and shallots all belong to the lily family.

But Just How Healthy Are Onions?

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Male Infertility ? Some Foods That Will Boost Your Sperm Count

Research Suggests That These Foods Will Improve Male Infertility!

Male-infertility

Encouraging new research suggests that up to 90% of male infertility problems are caused by the failure to produce enough sperm.

Why "Encouraging"?

Because fortunately, many men can rectify male infertility simply by changing their diet!

What Foods Are Said To Improve Male Fertility?

Well there are quite a number, but below are the ones that have been seriously researched and are said to greatly aid the problem.

Oysters

Oysters and male infertility

A fascinating new study conducted at Barry University in Miami found that these bivalve mollusks contain potent amino acids that help produce testosterone in males and progesterone in females.

And because of their zinc content, oysters help increase the production of sperm and testosterone which are key baby-making ingredients

Walnuts

If you serious about improving your sperm count then walnuts are almost a must.

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