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Fruits and vegetables are healthy foods.  We all know that’s true, but it’s important for us to know how and why, as well.  It not only help us to feel good about our dietary choices, it also helps us choose … Continue reading

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FoodFacts.com evaluates every aspect of the food products in our database. Fiber is an aspect that we note on the Report Card for each one. It’s been well-known that fiber intake is an important part of a healthy diet for … Continue reading

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FoodFacts.com really enjoys a good cup of tea! We’ve always been big proponents of the health benefits of tea drinking and have long been interested in the newest findings about those benefits. We regularly hear news about green tea … … Continue reading

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FoodFacts.com just found another great reason to include more tomatoes in your diet. You could lower your risk of having a stroke! Recent research released from the University of Eastern Finland have found a link between lycopene in tomatoes and … Continue reading

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