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Tomatoes are full of health benefits and a great source of Vitamin K, Potassium, Vitamin C and Antioxidants to help clean your body.
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They are loaded with fiber that is great to help improve digestion and stomach health. It removes toxins from the body, keeping it clean and healthy.
Tomatoes also help with promoting skin health. There are some amazing vitamins found in tomatoes that are able to help with treating acne. They are great for people that suffer from oily skin and can help shrink open pores keeping your skin looking healthy and smooth.
Do you have damaged, dull or lifeless hair with no body? Tomato juice might be just the thing you need to offer your hair a great shine and bring back the life to it. It can also protect and shield your hair from any further damage.
Add tomatoes to your favorite meal for color and flavor!
Tomatoes keep the body hydrated and feeling fuller for longer due to the high content of fiber in them.
Healthy Bones and Teeth
The great source of Vitamin D you find in tomatoes help with strengthening the bones in your body and that includes your teeth. When you have strong bones, you have less joint pain and a lower risk of osteoporosis later on in life. Keeping your bones healthy is very essential, a specially as you get older.
Stronger teeth will mean less visits to the dentist with the cost of soft or brittle teeth that breaks easily. Make sure you take care of your teeth and maintain a healthy balanced diet.
Garlic has amazing health benefits that can improve your health greatly. Eating some garlic can boost your immune system and help you fight the common cold.
Suffering from constipation can be embarrassing and painful. By avoiding certain foods can majorly improve that painful experience. Let’s take a look at some food types that cause bloating and is very bad for you if you suffer from constipation.
After a great study I found Poppy seeds is best to avoid during pregnancy, particularly during the first trimester. When you’re pregnant you have to take note of every single thing you eat, no matter how small. Everything you eat plays an effect in the growth and development of your unborn baby. Here is a list of safer alternatives…
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