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May 27, 2020

Good Morning,

Sale 99centAging is inevitable so its important that we try to keep the best versions of ourselves happy and healthy. Certain nutrients will help your body and your brain stay strong as you get older. These foods are all great sources.

And make sure you keep your fruit and veggies fresh (and crisp) for longer with the Perfect Produce Veggie And Fruit Crisper. As food gets older it begins to off-gas ethylene. Trapped in your fridge, this gas creates a run-away effect breaking down and spoiling your food. This is also where those nasty odors originate from.

The Veggie And Fruit Crisper removes all of this unwanted gas by absorbing it through specialized carbon filters. All of your produce, meat, and cheese will now reach their full life expectancy while tasting better, fresher, and crisper. So save your food and your fridge with Perfect Produce Veggie And Fruit Crisper!

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Regards,
Steve


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*-- Foods To Eat As You Age --*

Foods that are high in fiber like fruits, veggies, and oatmeal, can help with constipation that becomes more common as you age. They're also able to help lower your cholesterol levels, manage your blood sugar, and keep you at a healthy weight.

Watermelon, strawberries, tomatoes, red and orange bell peppers -- these fruits and veggies are rich in a natural compound called lycopene. Studies show foods that have it could lower your risk of some types of cancer and may protect you against strokes, too.

Nuts may be small but they are mighty. Almonds, walnuts, cashews, and other nuts have big anti-aging powers. These crunchy snacks contain special nutrients that can help delay or prevent age-related heart disease, stroke, type 2 diabetes, nerve disease, and some types of cancer.

Blueberries are tasty and they also protect your brain as you age. They lessen damage to your DNA that can make some diseases more likely. They also improve how well your brain cells "talk" to each other.