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Vitamin K Deficiency: It’s Bad for Your Heart and Your Bones

It’s the forgotten vitamin. Vitamin K hasn’t been the focus of fanfare like vitamins such as vitamin C or vitamin D, but don’t underestimate its importance. According to a new research, older people need more vitamin K – to help protect their bones.

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Are Fresh Eggs From Pastured Poultry Healthier?

Did you know the colour of an egg yolk indicates how nutritious it is? How is an egg from a pastured hen different than an egg from confined factory hens? If you are used to a pale yellow runny yolk from a supermarket egg, you will be astounded and amazed at the colour of an egg yolk from a pasture raised hen.

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Cashew Nuts Nutrition Facts

The cashew tree produces cashew nuts, which is native to the northeast coast of Brazil. The tree bears a pear-shaped "false" fruit, known in Brazil as Caju, meaning "the fruit". It is also called the cashew apple, and is typically yellow or red.

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Beef Nutrition Facts

Beef is a common food item and is used to refer to meat that comes from bovines such as domestic cattle, water buffalo and antelopes. The main source of beef is, however, from domestic cattle (cows and bulls).

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Cherries Nutrition Facts

Cherries are part of the Rosaceae family, which includes almonds, peaches, apricots and plums. They are small, fleshy fruits that contain a hard drupe or stone and are generally red or black in colour.

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The Benefits of Butter

Butter is a natural healthy fat and when consumed as raw butter has several health benefits. It is not the bad fat it has been made out to be. In fact, those that eat margarine have twice the heart disease as those that eat butter.

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