Showing posts from June 3, 2008

Ohio State sports site

I am sure all of us have seen different sports site in the net previously but the one I saw recently is truly nice. Its Ohio State sports site. This beautiful site is indeed a pleasure to surf for those who seek information on sports, as this site comes loaded with informative articles on different sports like Basket ball, Football apart from latest events and schedules from the NFL. This site also boasts of other features that make it a darling among sports lovers, the features offered are long and I will be happy to list only Some of their features like News and forums. The news section of this site is a place from where you can get all major sporting news and also discuss some issues that might be in relevance or share your sporting views with your like minded friends in the forum which has a lively participation of sports fan and makes it an interesting place for all those who likes their opinion debated on sporting issues.
Ohio State player and recruit interviews

Whats in a name ? Its a Super fruit.

A Superfruit is supposed to be a fruit that has got exceptionaly good nutritional values and antioxidant quality, apart from having an apealing taste. Belonging to the same family of The Solanaceae ( which also includes Brinjal or egg plant, potato etc) , this fruit commonly known as Chinese wolfberry, goji berry, barbary, matrimony vine, bocksdorn, Duke of Argyll's tea tree, or matrimony vine is in fact a wonderful fruit that really justifies its place in category of Super fruits. Though known by many names these are fruits from two very closely related species Lycium barbarum and L. chinense. The origin though not traceable with certainty is now grown in many parts of the world, but Commercial cultivation, of this wonderful fruit is still some what not popular except among the Chinese. This fruit known to be used in China since 2800 BC and also by Japanese and Koreans is now being appreciated by the world. The presence of Micro nutrients and phyto chemicals in Himalayan goji jui…