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Additional Keywords : Microbiota : CK(1256) : AC(346)
Study Type : In Vitro Study, Plant Study
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Therapeutic Actions : Cryotherapy : CK(10) : AC(1)
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Five Top Uses for Apple Cider Vinegar

Learn five health benefits you can get from apple cider vinegar, used since time immemorial for a range of therapies, from wound healing to shedding excess pounds

There isn't a shortage of stories around the therapeutic effects of apple cider vinegar (ACV), from weight management to disease prevention and treatment. This popular home remedy has also been used for hundreds of years in the kitchen as a cooking ingredient.

Healthiest Foods That Are in Season in the Spring

Revel in the seasonal colors and tastes of spring with these five fresh picks with distinct health and disease-fighting benefits

Blossom by blossom, spring is upon us. And with one of our favorite seasons comes fruits and vegetables that have climbed the top of the list with their time-tested, science-backed health benefits. Springtime offers fruits and vegetables in a rainbow of colors, including apples, apricots, avocados, bananas, broccoli, carrots, celery, kale, kiwifruit, lemons, peas, rhubarb, strawberries and so many more.

Healthiest Produce That's in Season in September

These seven nutrient-packed fruits and vegetables are just in time for your fall-season plans for optimal health and well-being

As the fall season rolls around we're reminded of cool weather, the richest earth colors and the start of another school year. September is also a great time to enjoy the healthiest fruits and vegetables from nature. Keep a list of the freshest produce available in this season and have a look at their unique benefits.

1. Apples: Anticancer Potential

More Fruits and Veggies Could Prevent Millions of Cardiovascular Deaths

Consuming fruits and vegetables every day can keep your heart beating, quite literally, with mounting research connecting low fruit and vegetable intake with an increased incidence of cardiovascular deaths. These study findings can save lives, as heart disease remains the top killer across the globe

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