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Hellenia Healthfoods Aug 8
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ELA’S FOOD JOURNAL Aug 10
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Kristie Leong M.D. Aug 15
Like , spices & herbs are a concentrated source of phyochemicals. In fact, herbs & spices are often a more concentrated source of & factors.
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ELA’S FOOD JOURNAL Aug 11
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Ryan Lee Samillan Aug 10
Thank you for making my skin healthy and glowing. ☺️
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Donna Hornick Aug 8
Want fewer sick days? #antiinflammatory#hydratewithapurpose
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World Tea Expo Aug 10
Following along the same path as except with origins rooted in is - a made from the leaves of the moringa oleifera tree that is rich in
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World Kidney Day Aug 14
Colourful 🍠πŸ₯•πŸ₯¦πŸŒΆ and πŸ’πŸˆπŸ‘πŸŠ have higher nutritional value and are richer in , a substance that helps your body naturally remove toxins, and defends from damage and disease.
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Herbally Pure 1h
The First HEALTHY Vitamin Shot! 25 minerals and in a one shot dose. Electrolyte Enhanced!!
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Kristen Jakobitz 8h
Did you know bell are one of the best sources of the vitamin C and quercetin? Just make sure to choose red peppers over the other colors. Peppers that are any other color are not fully ripe and won't have the same effect.
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Diet Health Aug 8
Red peppers are rich sources of & C. The level of carotene, like lycopene, is nine times higher in red peppers. They also have twice the vitamin C content of green peppers.
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mindbodygreen Aug 9
Fact: "Oregano oil is a potent antioxidant that has been used to treat everything from inflammation to bacterial infections." 🌿✨
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CPN Skin Aug 15
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Kristie Leong M.D. Aug 13
Study: Drinking 3+ cups of black is linked w/a 21% reduction in the risk of . Black tea contains called theaflavins.
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Kristie Leong M.D. Aug 12
Cooking reduces their anthyocyanin (anti-inflammatory activity) content by 16 to 30%. However, heating actually increases the activity of some in blueberries. (J Nutr. 2013 Apr;143(4):430-6)
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Essential Botaniks Aug 9
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Ecotarian Aug 8
Don't you wish you were indulging in this incredible ?! πŸ‘πŸ“ fruity goodness that is chock-full of & an overall nutritional powerhouse πŸ™ŒπŸΌ
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Dr.DonaCooperDockery Aug 13
Antioxidants for Us Antioxidants are good for us. They reduce the risk of cancer and diabetes. They can be taken from vegetables like broccoli and spinach.
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Angleton ER Aug 9
Blueberries, strawberries, and raspberries contain plant nutrients known as anthocyanidins, which are powerful antioxidants.
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Naja naja the biologist πŸ’‰πŸ’Š Aug 12
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