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Sometimes combining few super foods leads to one great mixture who can be served as medicine and effects positively on the whole body. Ingredients: 1 large garlic bulbs 4 organic lemons with the peel 1 smaller piece ginger root water Preparation: Wash...

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Brussels sprouts are high in Vitamin K which promotes healthy bones, prevents calcification of tissues, serves as an antioxidant & anti-inflammatory agent, & is essential for proper brain & nerve function. Its high fiber content lowers cholesterol by binding with bile acids. Studies have shown improved stability of DNA inside white blood cells after daily consumption. Glucosinolates in Brussels sprouts are shown to fight against & even prevent various cancers. #dherbs

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There's so many myths in the fitness industry that people still believe. Read to learn 10 Common Nutrition mistakes that are hindering your results and how to be successful #eatclean #fitnessmyths

Magnesium Stearate: An Ingredient To Avoid Despite its name, magnesium stearate is not a dietary source of the essential macromineral magnesium. Rather, it is a simple salt that is created when a magnesium ion bonds to stearic acid, a long-chain fatty acid