Nutrition / Diet Tomatoes: Health Benefits, Facts, Research Written by Megan Ware RDN LD Knowledge center Last updated: Tue 2 February 2016 email 41408Share3 Whether you refer to a tomato as a fruit or a vegetable, there is no doubt that a tomato is a nutrient-dense, super-food that most people should be eating more of. […]
According to the post: “Fully ripe bananas with brown patches on their skin produce a substance called tumor necrosis factor, which can eliminate abnormal cells. The darker the patches, the higher the banana’s ability to boost your immunity and lower the risk of cancer”. It was posted with the encouragement: “Share with the people you care about”. Some posts are helpful, such as those warning home renovators to check for asbestos. But there’s also a mountain of posts about a wide and weird range of things that allegedly cause cancer……
Montana-based blogger Kristin shows how a single post can be more than one thing — in this case, a lovely musing on seasonal change, a collection of gorgeous photography, and a vegan cheesecake recipe.
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