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The sweet potato

Peruvians have been using sweet potatoes since 750 B.C. Sweet potatoes are large, reddish-orange roots. They can also be found in yellow, orange, brown and purple. Color-related pigments, including anthocyanin, give sweet potatoes their anti-inflammatory properties. They are good for cardiovascular health, diabetes, cancer prevention and blood clotting. Sweet potatoes …

The power of the plum

Plums are low in calories, have no saturated fats and are rich in minerals and vitamins. Dietary fiber, sorbitol, and isatin aid in digestion. Vitamin A in plums helps to promote healthy skin, vision, and mucus membranes. Zeaxanthin in plums protects against UV light. Iron in plums helps promote red …

Minerals: Copper

Copper is crucial to the body for a healthy existence. The body does not produce copper, so you have to get your Recommended daily/dietary Allowance (RDA) from outside sources. Copper plays a key role in proper growth, thyroid gland function and cholesterol levels. ¬†Copper makes sure the heart rhythm stays …

Fruits: Peach

Peaches have been cultivated in China since early civilization, and they were once considered the fruit of emperors. They have many great health benefits, such as promoting eye health and weight loss and preventing cancer. They are low in calories and good for weight loss. They are also good for …

Fruits: Apple

The apple is a firm fruit roughly the size of a baseball. It varies in color, including green Granny Smith, yellow Golden Delicious, and red Macintosh apples. Romans were the first to cultivate apples from their original bitter form into the sweet, crisp apples we know today. Contrary to popular …

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