Easy Tomato & Cucumber Salad


Step 1

Place Dressing in a large bowl. Peel cucumber at 1/2-inch intervals, leaving some strips of peel; halve lengthwise. Remove seeds, and slice diagonally. Add cucumber, tomatoes, onion, 1/4 cup basil, 1/2 teaspoon salt, and pepper to dressing. Toss well; let stand 3 minutes.

Step 2

Arrange salad on a platter; sprinkle evenly with remaining 1/4 cup basil and remaining 1/2 teaspoon salt.

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The Versatility of Colcom Beef Polony


Full of lean beef this Colcom Beef Polony does not contain any pork which is perfect for those who love the versatility and taste of polony but cannot consume pork.

It can be thinly sliced for sandwiches, or carved into chunks and thick slices for hot meals and other recipes. Pair it with sliced cheese and mustard in a basic sandwich or in a wrap, perhaps complemented by lettuce and tomato.

The beef polony’s sausage form makes it possible to use it in a variety of hot meals, yet it doesn’t require browning before you mix it into your dish. Incorporate polony into meals as you would other sausages or hot dogs. Chopped polony pieces work well in cheesy dinner casseroles or eggy breakfast bakes. Or, add cubed polony to chili and stews during the final stages of cooking; the precooked sausage doesn’t require more than a few minutes of heating.

This is also a classic favourite for school lunch boxes! Easy lunches in a jiffy!

Benefits of Cucumber Water


Cucumber water isn’t just for spas anymore. More people are enjoying this healthy, refreshing drink at home, and why not? It’s delicious and easy to make.

Here are seven ways cucumber water benefits your body.

  1. It keeps you hydrated.

Your body can’t function properly without water. Most people should aim to drink six to eight glasses of water per day. We know we’re supposed to drink water throughout the day, but sometimes plain water gets boring. Adding cucumber gives it some extra flavor, encouraging you to drink more.

  1. It helps with weight loss.

Cucumber water can help you cut some serious calories from your diet. Staying hydrated also helps you feel full. Sometimes your body confuses thirst with hunger. You may feel like you’re hungry, when you’re actually thirsty.

How will you know the difference? Reach for a tall glass of cucumber water first. If your hunger goes away after finishing the drink, you were thirsty. If you’re still hungry, then you know it’s hunger.

  1. It delivers antioxidants.

Antioxidants are substances that help prevent and delay cell damage from oxidative stress caused by free radicals. Oxidative stress can lead to chronic conditions like: Cancer, diabetes, heart disease, Alzheimer’s, eye degeneration

Research has shown that antioxidants may be able to reverse or stop this damage. This is why you should each fruits and vegetables high in antioxidants. Cucumbers fall into this category. They’re rich in: vitamin C, beta carotene, manganese, molybdenum, several flavonoid antioxidants

  1. It may help prevent cancer.

Some early research suggests that cucumbers may help in the fight against cancer. Along with antioxidants, cucumbers also have compounds called cucurbitacins and a group of nutrients called lignans, which may have a role in protecting us from cancer.

  1. It lowers your blood pressure.

One contributing factor to high blood pressure is having too much salt (sodium) and too little potassium in your diet. The excess salt causes your body to hold fluids, which raises blood pressure. Potassium is an electrolyte that helps regulate the amount of sodium retained by the kidneys.

Cucumbers are a good source of potassium. Drinking cucumber water helps your body get more potassium, potentially helping to lower your blood pressure.

  1. It supports healthy skin.

Cucumber water can help soothe your skin from the inside out. Staying hydrated helps your body to flush out toxins and maintain a healthy complexion. Cucumbers are also high in pantothenic acid or vitamin B-5, which has been used to treat acne. One cup of sliced

  1. It boosts bone health.

Cucumbers are high in vitamin K. In fact, one cup of sliced cucumbers has 19% of the recommended daily value. Your body needs vitamin K to help form proteins that are needed to make healthy bones and tissues as well as to help your blood clot properly. What better way to get this vitamin than through refreshing cucumber water?


Benefits of Cerelac Cereal


Cerelac Cereal is a beloved baby porridge with a Fortified with Iron+ complex, rich in iron, zinc, DHA, Omega 3, calcium, Vitamin A, C, D and minerals.

It provides more than half of a baby’s daily iron needs, helps support your baby’s brain and cognitive development and reduces your baby’s risk of iron deficiency and anemia.

Bifidus BL is a probiotic similar to those found in the digestive system of breastfed babies. Bifidus BL has been clinically proven to help keep your baby’s intestinal flora healthy and strengthen his/her natural defenses.

And one of the best things about Celerac Cereal is that it’s loved by adults as well and can be enjoyed by many.