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The Tower Garden by Juice Plus +

You can now tear up all your old excuses: "I don't have room in my yard to plant a garden." Less than 10% of the normal space is required. "I don't have a green thumb." Gardening was never easier than this! "I hate the back-breaking kneeling, the dirt, the weeding. "There's none of that! "Nothing grows in our soil." Everything grows beautifully in the Tower Garden! "We have such a short growing season." With the heater you can extend your season by 2+ months. "The bugs, the critters, the birds, the diseases get them."Virtually none of those problems here! "Produce from the store doesn't

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Amazing Benefits of Kale

Want to grow kale all year long or take kale and more than 26 other fruits and vegetables in easy to take supplements? Visit: http://n-d.juiceplus.com/ "You’ve probably heard about the health benefits of cruciferous vegetables. Multiple population studies have linked consumption of these healthy veggies with lower rates of various types of cancer. If you’re like me, the headlines about the wonders of cruciferous vegetables have inspired you to incorporate more broccoli, cauliflower, and Brussels sprouts into your diet. But there’s another member of this family of vegetables that’s increasingly popular and happens to be my personal favorite: kale. (Does it

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Produce: When and How to Refrigerate Them

Produce: When and How to Refrigerate Them Spuds, onions, and tomatoes need to be stored in a cool, dry place; all other vegetables should be refrigerated. But fruit is tricky: It shouldn't go into the fridge until at its peak. Keep items that continue to ripen after you bring them home -- apricots, avocados, bananas, cantaloupes, honeydews, kiwis, mangoes, peaches, pears, and plums -- at room temperature until they begin to soften, then transfer them to the crisper, says Ximena Jimenez, RD, an American Dietetic Association spokesperson. (Although the cold will turn a banana's peel black, it won't affect the flesh.) All

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