Tuesday, October 30, 2012

Simply Go Natural
Today's Reminder to Treat Your Body Right!
Tomatoes help lower cholesterol, contain zero cholesterol
Packed with B3 which helps lower cholesterol
Reduce the risk of heart disease
 Rich in potassium
 Help lower blood pressure
Provide antioxidant protection 
Protect the prostate
Help regulate blood sugar
Counteract Acidosis
Help reduce migraines
Boost immunity 
Antioxidant-rich food and life-saving nutritional powerhouse!
Antioxidant Rich
Vitamin C
Topical Antibacterial Internally & Externally
Known antioxidant compounds in honey are chrysin, pinobanksin, vitamin C, catalase, and pinocembrin. Unlike most other sweeteners, honey contains small amounts of a wide array of vitamins, minerals, amino acids, and antioxidants, which include a wide array of vitamins, such as vitamin B6, thiamin, niacin, riboflavin, and pantothenic acid. In addition, honey contains essential minerals including calcium, copper, iron, magnesium, manganese, phosphorus, potassium, sodium, and zinc as well as several different amino acids have been identified in honey. Dark honey has more nutrients than lighter varieties. Vitamin and mineral content depend on the floral source of the honey. Honey has less than 2% sodium. Because of its antibacterial properties, pure honey can be preserved indefinitely.
 Figs are an excellent source of many vital minerals, vitamins and nutrients which can benefit the human body. Some of the nutrients found in figs include; calcium, magnesium, potassium, vitamin C, choline, vitamin A, phosphorus and vitamin K. Other trace nutrients found in the fruit are lutein, vitamin E, vitamin B6, folate, zinc, selenium and copper.

Decreases risk of obesity as well as risk of a fatty liver.
Decrease activity of a fat-digesting enzyme released by our pancreas called pancreatic lipase. This decrease in enzyme activity may result in less digestion and absorption of fat.
Promotes healthy digestion and regularity
Loaded in Antioxidants
Helps Stop body damaging Free-Radicals
Full of Vitamin C to help absorb Iron that produces Red Blood Cells
A medium pear contains 15 percent of your daily copper‚ a trace mineral that's essential for a healthy central nervous system.
Good source of Vitamin K to promote normal blood clotting.
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Full of Fiber Called Pectin
Curbs Cancer
Helps with Brain Function
Reduce Cholesterol
Slows plaque build up in your arteries
Helps prevent Diabetes
Detox your Liver
Prevent Cataracts
Something to think about...
Plant Your Own Crop
Quinoa,Aarugula,Butternut Squash, Chickpeas
& dried Cherry salad
Get your Fresh On!

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