Legumes – Beans

Beans are so nutritious that the latest dietary guidelines recommend we triple our current intake from 1 to 3 cups per week.

Lemons

Lemons are acidic to begin with but they are alkaline-forming on body fluids helping to restore balance to the body’s pH.

Garlic

Various garlic health benefits have long been claimed and the “stinking rose” treatment has been used extensively in herbal medicine down the centuries.

Tomatoes

Tomato varieties are available with double the normal vitamin C (Doublerich),

40 times normal vitamin A(97L97), high levels of anthocyanin, and two to four times the normal amount of lycopene

Onions

Fresh Fruits

Fruits are generally high in fiber, water, vitamin C and sugars, although this latter varies widely from traces as in lime, to 61% of the fresh weight of the date.

Fresh Greens

They protect against both cataract and age-related macular degeneration, the major cause of blindness in the elderly.

Some studies suggest that lutein and zeaxanthin may help reduce the risk of certain types of cancer, such as breast and lung cancer…

Wine (Vino)

Studies of the health effects of wine have focused on cardiovascular health, cancer, Alzheimer’s disease, alcoholism, cirrhosis of the liver, and oral bacteria.

Vinegar

Olive Oil

By this time everyone in the known world has learned that Olive Oil is the Holy Grail of Good Health.

In our home we have salad with olive oil and vinegar every evening after dinner. It’s good for your complexion also. Thank God forOlive Oil.

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