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Valentines Foods You Need to Know

(The Supermarket Guru) Here are five red fruits and vegetables that should grace your Valentine’s Day plate for their many health benefits and superb tastes. The red color in fruits and vegetables shouts phytonutrients, such as lycopene, ellagic acid, quercetin, and hesperidin, to name a few. These nutrients have been found to reduce the risk of prostate cancer, lower blood pressure, reduce tumor growth, lower LDL ("bad" cholesterol), scavenge harmful free-radicals, and support joint tissue.
Red fruits and vegetables also boast significant levels of two powerful antioxidants, vitamins A and C, which may aid in preventing heart disease, and are beneficial for various ailments.
Cranberry…
Strawberries…
Cherries…
Raspberries…
Red bell pepper
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