Category Archives: Food

Hot Dogs They taste good but….

Hot Dogs can cause headaches. Advertisements

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Super Foods

  Apples contain soluble fiber, which may help lower cholesterol and slow the uptake of glucose, helping you maintain healthy blood sugar levels. They’re also a super source of potassium, antioxidants and vitamin C. Asparagus is high in lycopene, which … Continue reading

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Taco Bueno has been having GREAT specials…..Are you getting notified like the rest of us?

Taco Bueno has had a special every day since last week. However, you have to ask specifically for it.And the way you know to ask is by getting an e-mail from Taco Bueno: Want to make sure you get the … Continue reading

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Kumquat Health Benefits

Kumquats Helps prevent Alzheimer’s Strengthens immune system Rebuilding bones. Protects against cataracts and glaucoma.

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Kohlrabi Health Benefits

  Best to look for organic version at market. Fights aging and disease Reduce the risk of cancer. Helps regulate enzymes in the lives to help us get rid of heavy metals and pesticides. (very powerful detoxifying compounds) High in … Continue reading

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Honey Health Benefits

Heals wounds Aids digestion Guards against ulcers Increases energy Weight loss Helps control diabetes Bone rebuilding Promotes sleep Fights allergies (The Australian FDA approved honey as a medicine- as effective as expensive antibiotic ointments. 87% of patients whose minor burns … Continue reading

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Carrying around a few extra pounds could mean ones body is low on nutrients

40 percent of overweight American adults are deficient in vitamin A, C, D and E, calcium and magnesium, compared to average-weight adults, according to a recent study in the Journal of the American College of Nutrition. The reason that heavier … Continue reading

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