20 secret superfoods that will help you live longer

20 secret superfoods that will help you live longer
And even if they won't turn you into a smooth,ever-young creature of the night who can copulate endlessly and never die, it's a good thing to get your nutrition, loads of it, from real food. Here we profile 20 superfoods that will do good things to …
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Superfoods — are you getting enough?
Choose real food instead. Organic food is bursting with flavour and alive with all the good stuff your body craves. When you opt for a fresh smoothie, 100 per cent organic cold-pressed juice or a premium salad, you're giving your body what it needs to …
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The Definitive Hip-Hop Guide To Aziz Ansari's 'Master Of None'
On the way home from the pharmacy, Young Buck's “Get Buck” bumps super loudly. Apparently, the driver's a huge Buck …. Arnold: But in the second verse, the perspective switches to that of Eminem, the real-life rapping actor. So therefore, the lyrics …
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Food Critics: The Best Drinks In Kansas City Of 2015
“I just think this year had been really incredible in terms of the number of distilleries, wineries, breweries and roasteries that have popped up on the scene,” Food Critic Jenny Vergara told host Gina Kaufmann on KCUR's Central Standard on Friday …
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Help your heart by eating seafood twice a week

Help your heart by eating seafood twice a week
(NAPS)—Here's food for thought: Eating seafood can be good for your health, especially your heart. In fact, seafood is one of the leanest sources of protein and packed with omega-3s, vitamins and minerals, which helps prevent many of the chronic …
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Mussels and clambake: Make these summer seafood recipes at home
Chicken wings and sweet potato fries: Al Roker makes it a no-brainer. No fear! Chef and owner of Pig and Khao Leah Cohen is here to demystify these two delicious summer seafood recipes. Mussels. Leah Cohen. 2015-08-10T22:35:00.000Z. print recipe.
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Recipe: Grilled Salmon and Orange Salad in Toasted Coconut Crepes
1 Begin by making the crepe batter. In a blender or food processor blend the flour with the milk, water, egg, butter and salt and pulse for about 5 seconds. Scrape down the sides and then blend again for another 20 seconds. 2 Transfer the mixture to a …
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