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Papaya - The Fruit of Angels: #1 ranking tropical fruit of Angels, Papayas leaves, fruit and seed include the anti-oxidants Vitamins A, C, E & Beta-Carotenes as well as minerals such as potassium and folate. Papaya aids digestion and helps support your immune system. It also provides support for healthy blood platelet function and supports youthful skin.

What Makes Papaya So Powerful? Papaya is the only natural source of the protein digesting enzymes Papain & Chymopapain. It also contains the enzyme fibrin a rarity in the plant world.

Why We Are Unique? We are 100% women owned - We give 10% of profits to educate African girls - We care about our environment.

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Nutrition to Balance Hormones That Affect Your Mood

May 13, 2015

How to eat right to get yourself in the right mood. Now that summer is on the way, you’re undoubtedly ready to get outside and start doing “summer things.” You’ve probably noticed that you’re feeling better and that your mood is a bit more buoyant. That’s not just a coincidence; vitamin D deficiency has been linked solidly to being moody, and sunshine is the only natural source of vitamin D. Therefore, when you’re out getting plenty of it, it’s entirely possible that your mood improves, too! You may be surprised how much a healthy diet contributes to balanced hormones and helps with your mood, but there’s plenty of solid research to back up the theory that you are what you eat. B...

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What’s the Scoop on Inflammation?

April 01, 2015

What Inflammation is and How You Can Avoid It Inflammation is a normal immune response to trauma, injury or the introduction of foreign bodies. Without it, you can't heal properly or survive many invasions by unfriendly pathogens. Acute inflammation, the kind that only lasts long enough to heal you, is a good thing. Chronic inflammation, on the other hand, wreaks havoc in your body. There are many ongoing studies that link it to several different serious conditions. First, let’s talk about some common causes of chronic inflammation, then we’ll discuss what you can do to manage it. What Causes Inflammation? Inflammation has several different causes. You may have small amounts of infectious agents that stimulate an immune response. It's also...

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