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Chocolate fact of the day no.5

 Chocolate could lower our risk of diabetes?

Whoops, this was published yesterday by mistake without me even finishing it! Lets try again…………….

Earlier this month, the Daily Mail reported that ‘ 1,049 more words

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Not A Bad Egg

Happy Easter! Those Dark Chocolate Easter Eggs contain flavonols that help protect skin from ultra violet damage and contribute to skin hydration and over all skin health.   143 more words

Consider Healthy Black Rice

Black rice rocks.  Black rice is so bundled with nutrition, that it was once reserved for royalty.  I must say, the first time I heard of black rice was from Dr Sebi.   329 more words

Antiaging Foods

My friend, Lauren Kelly, is a nutritionist. I asked her to come up with a list of foods with antiaging properties that are good for… 172 more words

Health-Tip Tuesday: "The Benefits of Bright Foods"

                                            Just wanted to share this health-tip with you on Health-Tip Tuesday!

Foods with bright, rich colors are more than just nice to look at. They’re also packed with flavonoids and carotenoids, powerful compounds that bind the damaging free radicals in your body, lowering inflammation. 67 more words

Is chocolate really a health food?

In the recent media, chocolate has been praised for being a neglected health food that has numerous benefits. Flavonoids are a group of phytochemicals that are important plant metabolites and pigments naturally found in fruits and vegetables. 1,166 more words

Flavon Max Plus

Exercise, eat a balanced diet and get those flavonoids!

The Flavon max Plus+ is the premium member of our product line. It is an exclusive product created for adults who are ‘at risk’ because they are subjected to serious strain, and for whom health protection is of high priority because of their lifestyle. 233 more words

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