Fact of the day – Thyme

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Thyme is the leaf of a low-growing shrub in the mint family called Thymus vulgaris. Its tiny grayish-green leaves rarely are greater than one-fourth inch long. For use as a condiment, thyme leaves are dried then chopped, or ground. Thyme is grown in southern Europe, including France, Spain, and Portugal. It is also indigenous to… 

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Foods high in Vitamin C

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Vitamin C is one super important, naturally-occurring nutrient. From preventing colds and flu, rebuilding tissue, bones and blood vessels, to boosting the body’s ability to synthesize calcium and other minerals, Vitamin C is something we want to be eating more of on a daily basis. In fact, studies are now confirming the need for Vitamin… 

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