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HUmineral 5h
Westside Market NYC 8 spots - Grab a HU shot from the juice bar browse a complete grocery market + isle welcoming markets serving 8 locations thru-out Manhattan
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L Dabydeen Feb 16
Why We Should All Eat More Berries, According To A Gut Expert
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Percepta Feb 14
Cherries improve function! “The in help us process new information effectively and improve between our brain and the rest of our body.” via
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Ronnesia Gaskins PhD MSPH Feb 14
Iced latte w/ your “shake?” No. Diet, decaf green tea please! Mice treated w/ green tea extract () & had > gene expression related to formation of new mitochondria- good markers for future mechanism of action research.
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Luke Bell 🇪🇺 10h
Replying to @ggkuhnle @UniRdg_FNS
Rocket also contains high concentrations of . Work by et al. has shown that these reduce the formation of carcinogenic nitrosamine compounds, and promote formation of anti-cancer nitroso-polyphenol derivatives: 11/12
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CMIN Feb 14
HAPPY VALENTINE'S DAY!💕The 's research highlights potential beneficial role of certain extracts in delaying 👉TREAT SOMEONE TODAY & ENJOY & (in moderation) along w/ a ton of & !
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HUmineral Feb 14
Nature's Harvest Flemington, NJ - Nutrition store and practitioner Dr. Michael Specchio, on staff for consultation HU product is vegan, gluten, soy, dairy, nut, wheat and sugar free. NON-GMO/USA product
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ASMBS Foundation Feb 15
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DIFM DPG 8h
In a new study, a combination of green tea extract + exercise reduced non-alcoholic fatty liver disease severity by 75% in mice and had a synergistic effect.
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Gunter Kuhnle Feb 8
Why do people always claim are healthy? We don't know whether they are - but we do know that some cause liver damage and others increase cancer risk. And some even have to be labelled as "Dangerous" in the lab ... might know though.
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OLEUM Feb 13
70.8% of you were correct!!!✅ The approved health claim is ' contribute to the protection of blood lipids from oxidative stress'
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ARISTOIL Project 13h
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UCCpsychiatry Feb 14
Now sharing exciting results showing protective effects of
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Advances in Food Technology and Nutrition Sciences Feb 14
on The Berry Fruit Açai (Euterpe oleracea Mart): Bringing Health Benefits and Exotism to the Modern Table: Please RT
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Atsas Feb 14
There is evidence that the use of extra virgin cold-pressed olive oil reduces the likelihood of developing rheumatoid arthritis as much as 2.5 times. ATSAS oil has a particularly high antioxidant content.
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J P Fanton Feb 13
Combined effect of interventions w/ pure or enriched mixtures of & anti-diabetic in type 2 management: A meta-analysis of randomized controlled human trials Attn:
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Atsas Feb 13
Has anti-inflammatory effect and inhibits the symptoms of joint diseases such as rheumatoid arthritis. ATSAS oil contains more antioxidants than regular extra virgin olive oil.
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Atrantil Feb 12
Did you know that polyphenols are beneficial for heart health? Chocolate, Wine, Strawberries and Atrantil are all ways to boost your polyphenol intake.
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It may be grey outside but your lunch doesn’t have to match it
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Easton Area Pickleball Feb 11
What are Lectins, What Do Lectins Do, and Should We Avoid Eating Foods H... via
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