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Kristie Leong M.D. Oct 24
Why toss it? Orange peel is rich in flavonoids w/ activity. The skin of orange also contains more than the flesh. Buy , zest the peels,& put on .
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Dixie Lincoln Nichols Oct 25
Up late. Getting help from a cacao, turmeric night cap from Golde!
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Kim Burie Oct 25
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ShawnaCoronado Oct 26
Anti-inflammatory food for thought! More veg, more fresh foods, and more healthy fats. Less dairy, grains, and junk food. YOU GOT THIS! .
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Dinah Alvarez Skin Care Atelier Oct 26
Lavender eases , , , and depression. The of lavender can be attributed to its , and properties. Purchase through the link in our bio!
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Holistic Health Oct 25
Trying a new way to make Golden Milk. Definently prefer putting it in the blender method more. This will do.
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SheaCreams 12h
Shea’s anti-inflammatory components may reduce redness and swelling. Its fatty acid components may also soothe the skin by retaining moisture during the healing process. 💞
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Immune Regulation News Oct 26
👨‍🔬 Sun Yat-sen University researchers report that ubiquitin-specific protease 19 acts as an switch that inhibits responses and promotes M2-like polarization. 🔬
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Kristie Leong M.D. Oct 20
One way to get natural probiotics & prebiotics, that support bacteria is to make your own sauerkraut. Red cabbage contains anthocyanins too.
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GMPVITAS | Supplements Oct 26
Ginger is well known to have many benefits, so many in fact that there are probably some you didn't even know about. To learn more, visit here:
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DQ Food Recipes Oct 22
A SUPERFOOD SMOOTHIE … one of my favorite smoothie recipe 😋
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Heali 8h
Ginger has proven to be effective in alleviating nausea and vomiting, reducing gastric emptying time, and reducing the risk of colorectal cancer development. has also been shown to possess properties comparable to that of ibuprofen.
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Bernard McGowan Oct 27
An diet focuses on replacing refined and high-sugar foods with nutrient-rich fruits and vegetables and wholegrain foods. These diets tend to include more antioxidants and can help to reduce the number of free radicals in the body
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Cook After Me Oct 24
Rice benefits: Anti-inflammatory Improves nervous system health Helps digestion Good for your skin Promotes heart health Regulate blood sugar and blood pressure
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Mother Earth News Magazine Oct 27
In this episode, Shawna Coronado and Deborah Niemann discuss the steps they took to overcome their painful symptoms of inflammation.
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Annmarie Oct 22
These healthy Mini Mocha Recovery Muffins are the perfect way to refuel for breakfast after a hard run or workout! They're , packed with plant protein and made with turmeric and cacao powder!
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Acta Pharmaceutica Sinica B Oct 26
Original Article✍️ Deficiency of IL-4 leads to hyperexcitability and aggravates cerebral –reperfusion injury. Supplementing IL4 may contribute to improvement of functional recovery after brain ischemia injury.
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Recovering Vegan Oct 23
Replying to @GroceryOutlet
Experimenting with Chaga in my morning coffee for brain and benefits. It’s on sale at
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SheaCreams Oct 22
Unrefined Shea Butter has amazing anti-inflammatory properties that may help minimize irritation. When applied to the skin, shea triggers cytokines and other inflammatory cells to slow their production.
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Cook After Me Oct 22
Rice noodles benefits: Helps bone health Anti-inflammatory Regulates blood sugar Low-carb Gluten-free Low in fat
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