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@sugarbearhair Just a few of the benefits of these delicious gummy vitamins! They can help:
- Improve hair health
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@sugarbearhair just a few of the benefits of these delicious gummy vitamins! they can help:
- improve hair health
- reduce hair fall
- support nail health
check them out @sugarbearhair
95 1 5 hours ago
Tag a friend who needs to eat more #apples
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Tag a friend who needs to eat more #apples
3,637 16 12 hours ago
Always been a fan of Apricots.
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Always been a fan of apricots.
24,848 633 2 days ago
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Link in bio ➡️ @blackicepatch
first of all, it's black. and that's part of the difference. black ice doesn’t just “mask pain” with sensory cooling/warming ingredients found in less-effective formulations. instead, black ice achieves breakthrough results by focusing on the root cause of pain (inflammation) and by delivering all-day relief through menthol, activated charcoal and advanced hydrogel technology. ​
try black ice for yourself with our 100% satisfaction guarantee today!
@blackicepatch now available on the amazon store. link in bio ➡️ @blackicepatch
660 14 2 days ago
Carrots contain healthy doses of both vitamin A and beta-carotene, which can reduce inflammation and encourage cell turnover (like a natural exfoliation). This acne-fighting food also help strengthen your skin’s defenses against bacteria that can cause flare-ups. One study found an association between lower vitamin A levels and more severe acne. And it’s easy to work them into your diet: they’re the perfect crunchy snack to dip in hummus, or you can throw them in a soup or salad.
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Carrots contain healthy doses of both vitamin a and beta-carotene, which can reduce inflammation and encourage cell turnover (like a natural exfoliation). this acne-fighting food also help strengthen your skin’s defenses against bacteria that can cause flare-ups. one study found an association between lower vitamin a levels and more severe acne. and it’s easy to work them into your diet: they’re the perfect crunchy snack to dip in hummus, or you can throw them in a soup or salad.
10,321 128 2 weeks ago
There are two types of diabetes — type 1 and type 2.

If you have type 1 diabetes, your pancreas does not produce enough insulin, the hormone that transports sugar from your blood to your cells.

If you have type 2 diabetes, your body produces insulin but your cells are resistant to it. This is called insulin resistance.

Eating apples on a regular basis might reduce insulin resistance, which should lead to lower blood sugar levels.

This is because the polyphenols in apples, which are found primarily in apple skin, stimulate your pancreas to release insulin and help your cells take in sugar.
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There are two types of diabetes — type 1 and type 2.

if you have type 1 diabetes, your pancreas does not produce enough insulin, the hormone that transports sugar from your blood to your cells.

if you have type 2 diabetes, your body produces insulin but your cells are resistant to it. this is called insulin resistance.

eating apples on a regular basis might reduce insulin resistance, which should lead to lower blood sugar levels.

this is because the polyphenols in apples, which are found primarily in apple skin, stimulate your pancreas to release insulin and help your cells take in sugar.
11,971 201 2 weeks ago
I’ve always loved Apricots!
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I’ve always loved apricots!
13,177 288 2 weeks ago
Bell peppers 👍
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Bell peppers 👍
8,457 75 3 weeks ago
But what if I love @tacobell 🤷‍♀️
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But what if i love @tacobell 🤷‍♀️
5,304 333 3 weeks ago
I know many people who hate Cilantro but hey it’s good for you 🤷‍♀️
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I know many people who hate cilantro but hey it’s good for you 🤷‍♀️
9,286 221 4 weeks ago
Love me some Bananas 🍌
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Love me some bananas 🍌
6,375 97 4 weeks ago
Grapefruit ❤️
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Grapefruit ❤️
4,146 23 5 weeks ago