Sue Pedersen

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Fruits & Veggies are loaded with vitamins that can help build strong nails. Good sources are dried apricots (vitamin A), kiwi (vitamin C), bananas (B6) blueberries, blackberries & grapes are also high in antioxidants, sweet potatoes, dark green veggies like broccoli & asparagus (vitamin A), carrots (B6), spinach & other leafy green vegetables (calcium, iron & antioxidants), mushrooms & walnuts (Biotin) for brittle nails, Raw cabbage (MSM) which is beneficial for nail grow. by rosalie

Sweet potatoes are high in vitamins and are a good source of mag­nesium, which is the relaxation & anti-stress mineral. The juice is high in vitamin which helps reduce the chemical homocysteine which contributes to hardening of the arteries & blood vess

Cinnamon, was once more valuable than gold. The health benefits of this beloved spice are still of value. 1/2 tsp. a day can lower bad cholesterol. Just smelling cinnamon boosts cognitive function amp; memory. It can reduce pain linked to arthritis. Cinnamon can also help stablize blood sugar (great for weight loss). #dherbs #healthtips

Cinnamon, was once more valuable than gold. The health benefits of this beloved spice are still of value. a day can lower bad cholesterol. Just smelling cinnamon boosts cognitive function & memory. It can reduce pain linked to arthritis.

25 Favorite Buffalo Flavored Recipes

This list of Favorite Buffalo Flavored Recipes has you covered for game day, family gatherings, to easy weeknight dinner recipes. There is something easy to make for every occasion!