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Grapefruit will not let you grow old … Learn 4 great facts about this delicious fruit

  • Pak has produced such fruits for all human beings in all seasons, the benefits of which, knowing how much we thank the Creator of the universe is less. Grapefruit, a member of the stress family and a fruit rich in vitamin C, is popular with most people, but the health benefits of using it are not surprising. People are still unaware of the exciting benefits.

It is a fruit that is rich in vitamins, calcium, potassium and rich in antioxidants. Eating it has many health benefits. Let’s find out now.

1) Solves skin problems:

The use of grapefruit reduces the natural growth of excess oil on the skin, in addition it closes open pores and eliminates acne. Using grapefruit refreshes your skin.

2) Useful for diabetics and cholesterol patients:

Daily consumption of red grapefruit for a month reduces cholesterol levels by 15%. With this fruit, the use of certain medicines, such as heart medicine, can be dangerous. People who have heart health complaints should use grapefruit after consulting their doctor. In addition, this fruit is very beneficial for diabetics.

3) Slows down the aging process:

The fruit is rich in antioxidants that help keep the skin young and prevent wrinkles. Grapefruit contains supermedian, which slows down the growth of aging cells.

4) Reason for weight loss:

Fitness and medical experts say that if a glass of grapefruit juice is added to the habit daily, it leads to rapid weight loss and helps to dissolve excess fat, grapefruit increases the efficiency of the metabolic system. And helps cleanse the stomach and intestines.


Inflation in the country has reached its highest level this year

ISLAMABAD: Inflation in the country has reached its highest level this year and the inflation rate has reached 11.24 percent. In one week, tomatoes, onions, potatoes, eggs, chicken, flour and sugar became more expensive.

According to the details, the basic necessities of the country have become out of reach of the people and the prices of vegetables, flour, sugar and eggs have skyrocketed.

The Federal Bureau of Statistics (FBS) has released the latest data on inflation, which rose to 1.24 per cent in the first week of this month, after which the country’s inflation rate reached a record high of 11.2 per cent this financial year.
The Federal Bureau of Statistics says prices of 24 essential commodities have risen in recent weeks, with only four declining while 23 remained stable.

According to the statistics, a 20 kg bag of flour became more expensive by Rs. 162, tomatoes by Rs. 79, eggs by Rs.

On the other hand, garlic became cheaper by Rs 25, onion by Rs 1 and LPG by Rs 199.

It may be recalled that in September this year, the inflation rate had reached 9.04 per cent and an increase of 1.54 per cent was recorded. Inflation stood at 8.85 percent.