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Shine

Let Em Shine!

Yes, it’s true… Keeping your teeth shiny does affect your intestinal health! How’s that? Not only does dental hygiene prevent mouth disease, but also may prevent intestinal disease. Fact: Proper dental hygiene is essential to good digestion because anti-microbial compounds such as lysozyme and IgA (secretory antibodies) in the mucous membranes in your mouth help to eliminate bad bacteria. No …

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Move your butt!

You job, driving, flying, electronics, movies, or just plain tired… do you sit too much? Well… you better get off your butt & beat cheeks, before you experience: Sluggish bowels Peristalsis muscle deconditioning Slowing metabolism And, increased morbidity rate! That’s right! The more you sit, the more your: Internal metabolic chemical reactions may decrease Glucose regulation (blood sugar) may decrease …

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Huggin and Lovin…

Kale hugs and loves your body! Those little green leafs are power packed with more nutrients than any other food on the planet. In fact, kale’s nutritional value is so high, it may have SUPER powers! Some of these powers may include: Fiber Antioxidant alpha-lipoic acid Potassium Vitamin C B6 Chlorophyll Vitamin A Vitamin K Vitamin E Copper Iron Manganese …

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Clementine

Orange is IN!

Chinese mandarins and oranges in this love affair, create a very special fruit called clementine. Small, juicy, delicious and packed with all the right nutrients for a healthy body! Some of these nutrients include: Vitamin C Calcium Potassium B6 Folate Fiber Water And, so much more! Find more health tips from Mardell Hill YouTube: http://bit.ly/1VfVFT2 SUBSCRIBE! Most commonly grown in warm climates, such …

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Limes

Pucker Up With Limes ~

This sour limonoid contains powerful health benefits and definitely keeps the salivary glands working! Eating limes are best known for: Vitamin C Flavonoids Potassium And minerals These beneficial nutrients may just: Reduce cholesterol and plaque buildup in arteries Reduce free radicals Prevent cancer Lower risk of stroke Improve skin quality & reduce acne Reduce bad bacteria activity Fight food bacteria’s …

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Cranberries

The Bitter Benefits ~ Cranberries

Not just for Turkeys! Cranberries are loved by every cell in your body to support, build, and nourish. Don’t let this super-food knowledge float by you, because floating makes the highest antioxidant value in cranberries for your health! Yes, it’s true, when your cranberries float, they absorb more sunlight which increases their power packed nutrients… And, their red coloring! Some …

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Tomatoes ~ A power packed fruit!

Eat them for: Heart Health Antioxidants such as lycopene, beta carotene, lutein, and alpha carotene. Strengthen bones Control asthma Boost Vitamin A Contains vitamins C, K, B6, B3, B1, & E. Supports you with biotin, folate, magnesium, iron, copper, potassium, & chromium & zinc. And, fiber! Benefits may include: Low in calories Improves skin, teeth, bones, and mucous membranes. Improves …

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Pomegranate

Are You Seeing RED?

Pomegranates ~ These natives of Persia are rich with antioxidants and many nutrients. The magical fruit is actually seeds held within a thick, red out shell. The best time to get pomegranates is in the fall between September and November. Some of the benefits held captive within these seeds are: Fiber Potassium Vitamin K Vitamin C Low calorie count Flavonoids …

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In The News! Intestinal Health – A Practical Guide to Complete Abdominal Comfort

“Acid reflux, gastroenteritis, a sluggish metabolism and Crohn’s disease are all common enough maladies in today’s fast-paced culture, where we often eat in our cars or in front of our TV sets and have very little time for cooking and enjoying whole foods, let alone thoroughly chewing them. Our lifestyles, as well as the way food is grown and sourced, …

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Pears ~ Prevent High Blood Pressure!

Pears contain so many anti-oxidants to benefit our health, they might just be the most magical “fall” fruit. Some of the nutrients that make it special are: Anti-Carcinogen Glutathione Vitamin B2 & B6 Vitamin C Copper Potassium Vitamin E Calcium Magnesium Folate Pectin Riboflavin Iron Boron Anti-Inflammatory Flavonoids Phytonutrients like cinnamic acids And many, many more phytonutrients! Visit Me at …

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