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Beets Fight Wrinkles!

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You Say Tomato … I Say Tomato Too!

When I think of tomatoes, I think of hot summer afternoons, sitting outside our home, eating drippy tomato sandwiches. They were simple to make: bread, mayonnaise and slices of juicy ripe summer tomatoes! All we knew was how yummy they tasted, we had no clue how healthy they were. Interesting how time changes your perspective […]

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Super Carrot Juice Benefits

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Amazing Carrot Juice Recipes

If you’ve never had fresh, squeezed carrot juice, you are in for a sweet surprise. Carrot juice is a perfect base for any vegetable juice recipe due to its sweet, yet mellow taste. Carrots will mask any green taste of vegetables and add sweetness to the overall taste. Similar to apple juice, carrot juice pairs […]

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What’s Up Doc? Carrots! Much More Than Vitamin A

While the grocery store bags of “baby carrots” may not be your healthiest choice, you can find organic ‘bunches’ of carrots in most whole food stores and garden markets. These healthy root vegetables are good for much more than your eyes! Here are just a handful of the many benefits of eating (or drinking) Bugs […]

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Mangos – A Comfort Food. Really!

A comfort food. Mangos really can make you feel better! Beyond being delicious and rich in vitamins, minerals and anti-oxidants, mangos contain an enzyme with stomach soothing properties similar to papain found in papayas. These comforting enzymes act as a digestive aid and can be held partially responsible for that feeling of contentment we experience […]

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Sweet, Juicy Peaches Now in Season

At its ripest and best the peach is a food that forces you to adopt a special eating position – bowing forwards at an angle of 30° and with arm raised above the horizontal – to avoid being bathed in peach juice (now there’s an idea…). HISTORY:  Native toChina, peaches were taken along the Silk […]

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