Food Facts: P

A / B / C / D / E / F / G / H / I / J / K / L / M / N / L Fruits. Pomegranate– Vitamin C: great for both skin health and the immune system– Vitamin K: helps the blood to clot– Folate: for cell function and tissue […]

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Food Facts: N

A / B / C / D / E / F / G / H / I / J / K / L / M Fruits. Nectarine– Vitamin A: great for eye health– Vitamin C: for skin health and the immune system– Niacin: helps lower cholesterol, east arthritis and boost brain function– Copper: allows the […]

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Food Facts: L

Food facts: A / B / C / D / E / F / G / H / I / J / K Fruits. Lime– Vitamin C: for both immune and skin health– Iron: helps the transportation of oxygen in red blood cells– Calcium: neededs for the body to take on vitamins to develop healthy […]

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Food Facts: K

Food facts: A / B / C / D / E / F / G / H / I / J Fruits. Kiwi– Vitamin C: benefits both skin health and the immune system– Vitamin K: helps the blood to clot– Vitamin E: helps to prevent liver damage– Folate: for cell function and tissue growth– Potassium: […]

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Food Facts: J

Hopefully, this post will have a little more substance to it than yesterdays, which was a mere one food item. To see the food alphabet so far, follow these links: A / B / C / D / E / F / G / H / I Fruits. Jackfruit– Vitamin A: great for eye health– […]

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Food Facts: I

Can you believe we’re over a quarter of a way through the alphabet now? The letter I is quite a tricky one and I’ve only managed to think of one thing that begins with the letter. If you think of anymore, be sure to let me know. Previous posts: A / B / C / […]

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Food Facts: G

Welcome back to another day of food facts. Today we’re going to be delving into the letter G, which certainly has more food items that the few previous days. A / B / C / D / E / F Fruits. Grapes– Polyphenols: offer protection against disease and environmental damage– Thiamine: allows the body to […]

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Food Facts: F

After yesterday’s shambles of a post (not my fault, there’s just nothing that begins with E, apart from elderberries), today’s is a little better. To see the food facts far, click on the letters below: A / B / C / D / E Fruits. Figs– Vitamin A: great for eye health– Vitamin C: for […]

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Food Facts: E

Okay, so there’s only one food item I can think that begins with E. Here it goes.. Fruit. Elderberry– Vitamin A: great for eye health– Potassium: helps to lower blood pressure– Vitamin C: for the immune system and skin health– Folate: helps cell function and tissue growth– Calcium: helps blood clot, muscles contract, bones to […]

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Food Facts: D

Compared to yesterday’s post, this isn’t half as hefty. Apparently, there’s only fruits that start with D, so let’s get to it! So far:A /B /C Fruits. Dates– Potassium: helps to prevent bloating– Magnesium: needed for 300 biochemical reactions, to help maintain normal nerve and muscle function– Copper: enables the body to form red blood […]

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