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Health Benefits of Maple Syrup

January 3, 2018

By Dr. Kristie

Who doesn’t enjoy a little maple syrup on top of a stack of pancakes? It could even add a little extra nutritional power to your Sunday morning breakfast. According to research from the University of Rhode Island, maple syrup has more than twenty compounds that are beneficial t…

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Four High Antioxidant Foods You Need in Your Diet

December 1, 2017

By Dr. Kristie

The term antioxidant has taken on new importance in the past few years as more studies have shown the potential of these natural free radical scavengers to reduce the risk of certain chronic diseases. An antioxidant is a molecule that has the ability to stabilize the free radic…

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5 Powerful Health Benefits of Prunes

October 7, 2017

By Dr. Kristie

Prunes are all crinkled and wrinkly, certainly not the prettiest fruit to look at. Sadly, most people think they're only good for relieving constipation. Not the kind of image most fruits want for themselves. On the other hand, prunes have much to be proud of from a nutritional…

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The Health Benefits of Red Beans

August 14, 2017

By Dr. Kristie

If you’re trying to get more antioxidants in your diet, what should you eat? Blueberries, cranberries, pecans, apples, or artichokes? These are all good choices, but you’ll get more bang for your buck eating an inexpensive bowl of red beans. Surprisingly, small red beans are on…

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Tasty Health Benefits of Black Tea

March 21, 2017

By Dr. Kristie

Green tea seems to have become the darling of the health world and for good reason. Studies show that the catechins found in green tea may have some highly beneficial health properties, but don’t let black tea get pushed to the back burner. Black tea appears to have some benefi…

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Natural Sources of Antioxidants

March 14, 2017

By Lin Edwards

Most people know that antioxidants neutralize the free radicals that damage cells and contribute to diseases like cancers, heart disease, arthritis, and many other conditions. Antioxidants contribute to a feeling of vitality and health, and they ward off the effects of aging.

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