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Cage Free Eggs

Cage Free Eggs

The poor, misunderstood “incredible, edible egg”. Over the years, this nutrition powerhouse has acquired a bruised reputation from reports they contribute to raised cholesterol. Like other pieces of information associated with cholesterol, avoiding eggs is off the mark. Eggs stand alone in beneficial elements. Eggs are nature’s purest form of protein. With 6 grams in one egg and all 9...

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Green Tea

Green Tea

Americans are finally catching on. The ancients of Eastern cultures knew all along that green tea was a key to health, although they did not have the technology to explain it. Both botanical and literary evidence shows that In China and India it was considered a powerful medicine as long as 5000 years ago. Now research from the past two decades leaves no question: green tea is one of the...

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Flaxseeds

Flaxseeds

1. Flaxseeds are a a great source of fiber and work as a natural laxative. They are a great way to keep things regular. 2. Flaxseed oil contains concentrated amounts of alpha-linolenic acid (ALA), an omega-3 fat. Vegetarians and vegans often use this as a substitute for fish oil, although there are differing opinions over whether the Omega-3 in flaxseed oil is as beneficial as that in fish...

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Bugs always wins in the end…perhaps the carrots have something to do with it!

Bugs always wins in the end…perhaps the carrots have something to do with it!

Winter is a great time to enjoy root vegetables such as carrots. Crispy, crunchy and delicious on it’s own, the carrot is one of the most popular vegetables and can be enjoyed year-round. Low in calories and packed with antioxidants, this crunchy vegetable superstar has a lot to offer. Check out these five health benefits of carrots! Antioxidants Like other vibrant fruits and vegetables,...

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Back to Basics: The apple

Back to Basics: The apple

An apple a day feeds your body with: Anti-oxidants Fiber Vitamin C Beta-carotene Riboflavin Thiamin Potassium Phosphorous Calcium An apple a day prevents: Tooth decay Alzheimer’s disease Parkinson’s Cancers Diabetes High cholesterol Cataracts Gallstones An apple a day helps: Aid in satiety Control blood sugar Control weight gain Prevent Constipation Neutralize irritable bowel syndrome Avert...

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Spirulina

Spirulina

“What’s that?” You may ask? You may have heard of this ingredient at your local smoothie bar. Spirulina is a unique freshwater plant that has been of enormous interest to nutritional scientists over the past decade, and it shows promise for drastically lowering chances of developing cancer, heart disease, stroke, or even contracting HIV. It’s one of the most...

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