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  • Julie Rice

    Red Raspberry (Rubus idaeus) Parts used: Leaves, roots and berries Benefits: One of the richest sources of iron, raspberry is used to replenish iron-poor blood and is often combined with nettle for anemia and related low energy levels. It is also a rich source of niacin and among the richest sources of manganese, a trace mineral used by the body to produce healthy connective tissue, such as bone matrix and cartilage, and an important factor in energy metabolism.

  • Kristine Lang

    Raspberries - pick 'em, wash 'em and eat 'em. They possess almost 50% higher antioxidant activity than strawberries, three times that of kiwis, and ten times the antioxidant activity of tomatoes. Put them into your sauces, salads, meringues, pies, oatmeal, yogurt, dressings, etc.

  • Abel Ruiz

    African Mango: A weight loss supplement derived from the seeds of a rare Mango from Africa, it has many health benefits. It helps to speed up the body's metabolism.

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