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Potato Infographic - THE best vegetable ever made

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from Vegan Family Recipes

10 Best Gluten free & Vegan Sweet Potato Recipes

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 B6 which helps reduce the chemical homocysteine which contributes to hardening of the arteries & blood vessels. A medium sweet potato provides you with the complete RDA of vitamin A & then some. They contain phytochemicals including quercetin & chlorogenic acid which have been shown to be effective in fighting cancer. #dherbs #healthtips

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from Stylist Magazine

Infographic offers cheat sheet for cooking and baking substitutes

Infographic gives you a cheat sheet for cooking and baking - People - Stylist Magazine

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Sweet potatoes vs. potatoes: A nutritional debate fueled by misinformation, baseless ‘superfood’ obsessions, and carbohydrate phobias. Here’s how these tubers compare — and why both deserve a place in your diet.

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from Protege Beauty

Your Guide To Getting Your Vitamins From Food

Maybe you know you should eat more sweet potatoes for their vitamin A, but you're not entirely sure why. Or maybe you know vitamin B12 helps your heart, but you

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from eatLocalGrown

Why We Should All Be Eating More Leafy Greens And 20 Ways To Cook Them.

Dark Leafy Greens are one of the most nutritious, inexpensive and easy to cook real foods! You can almost always find leafy greens like Kale, Spinach, Swiss Chard, Collards and more at most Farmers Markets. Here's how to cook leafy greens along with some nutrition facts...

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Vitamin A is a fat-soluble vitamin made up of closely related unsaturated hydrocarbons, including retinol, retinal, retinoic acid, and several provitamin A carotenoids. Vitamin A and its derivates, either natural or synthetic, are collectively and generally referred to as retinoids. This vitamin carries the distinction of having being used therapeutically approximately 3000 years ago, in ancient Egypt to treat endemic night blindness, a condition wherein a person finds it difficult to see in…