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One nutritional supplement may support hair growth in perimenopausal, menopausal and postmenopausal women experiencing hair loss.
This chilled soup is a totally wonderful way to eat watermelon.
Clafoutis made with fresh cherries, now in season, is a simple, rustic dessert that that over the centuries has become a French classic.
When summertime strawberries are in season, freeze some for this easy delicious recipe.
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JJ Smith, the author of the No.1 New York Times best seller, The 10-Day Green Smoothie Cleanse, swears by these blended beverages.
Good sources of fiber include fruits, beans, grains and vegetables.
Don’t bother with packages, pills and powders, healthy, natural foods and physical activity can help to cleanse your body.
If chosen wisely, these mini-meals can add a variety of nutrients to your diet.
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People who eat more fruits and veggies report improvements in their mental well-being and satisfaction with life.
Forget apples and oranges; reach for produce from faraway lands instead.
For men, daily helpings of fruits and veggies is associated with a lower risk of decline in memory and thinking skills.
Nourish the noggin
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