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Cranberry

Cranberries are rich in vitamin C and fiber, and contain phytonutrients that may offer protection from tooth cavities, urinary tract infection, and inflammatory diseases. These berries are also high in antioxidants, and are helpful immune boosters. Cranberry seed protein is a great, allergen-free source of protein and fiber.

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Blackberry

Blackberries are an excellent brain food; their high concentration of manganese is useful in fueling cognitive function. Another of the blackberry’s sought-after qualities is its impressive stock of vitamins and minerals. Blackberries also contain soluble and insoluble fiber, which are beneficial catalysts for helping regular bowel movements.

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Himalayan Pink Crystal Salt

Himalayan Pink Crystal Salt

The history of Himalayan Pink Salt dates back over 4 billion years. Found high in the Himalayas that were once once the ocean floor, this mineral rich salt is replacing table salt in more and more households. Himalayan salt has 99% sodium chloride content and its rich content of minerals helps to foster a healthy PH level in the body. Many people use this salt as a salt water flush, …

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Vermont Maple Syrup

Vermont Maple Syrup

This underappreciated natural sweetener includes a host of vitamins and minerals, as well as some powerful antioxidants. Among maple syrup’s various compounds is a newly identified one named Quebecol, which is a compound uniquely created when Maple tree sap is boiled and turned into syrup. 

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Red Raspberry

Red Raspberry

Raspberries contain ellagic acid, which help your body to balance the damage of free radicals. However, ellagic acid is not the only well-researched phyto-nutrient component of the raspberry. Raspberry’s flavonoid content is also well documented. The key flavonoids are: quercetin, kaempferol and anthocyanins, all of which give raspberries their rich, red color.

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Cranberry

Cranberry

An amazing kidney cleanser, cranberries are known for cleaning and protecting the urinary tract! The USDA Nutrient Data Laboratory states that cranberry has a concentration of nine minerals, which include calcium, magnesium, potassium, selenium, zinc and phosphorus. Cranberry juice also has 15 vitamins, which include vitamin C, thiamine, niacin, vitamin B6, B12 and vitamin A. Other nutritious constituents in cranberry juice include protein, carbohydrates and fiber.

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Tart Cherry

Tart Cherry

Tart cherries are saturated with a dark, antioxidizing pigment called anthocyanin, which gives them a dark red color. Tart cherries also contain beneficial phenolics and might just knock out insomnia, as they contain melatonin!

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Strawberry

Strawberry

Studies show that simply smelling the sweet aroma of a strawberry can elevate your mood. They are a popular fruit in American households and because of this we may tend to overlook its nutritional benefits! They pack a punch of vitamin C, have anti-inflammatory properties, and are filled with minerals that contribute to an overall healthy lifestyle.

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Acai

Acai

Acai is an Amazonian berry with a beautiful rich purple color, and is considered the ultimate free radical killer. In fact, its antioxidant capacity is about 300% more than that of blueberries and grapes, which are both revered for their own antioxidant profiles.

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Blueberry

Blueberry

Blueberry’s brilliant, dark color indicates their richness in ‘anthocyanins’, which are powerful antioxidants that help protect the body from free radicals. Blueberries additionally deliver tons of vitamins, such as fiber and vitamins A, C, E and B complex, along with minerals copper, selenium, zinc and iron.

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