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For your health: Eat these now!




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Load your plate with these three superfoods

Bananas:
These healthy, portable
snacks contain an ideal
combo of potassium and
magnesium, a one-two punch
that has been shown to lower
risk for stroke.

Beets:
Beets have many of the vitamins and minerals in spinach including folate and manganese. Beets also contain natural red pigments that may reduce cancer risk.

Cauliflower:
A study from Harvard suggested that participants who had five servings of cruciferous vegetables like cauliflower, broccoli and cabbage cut their risk for bladder cancer in half.
 

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