from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A food believed to be highly beneficial to health, especially a food grown organically and free of chemical additives.
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- n. Any food that is especially beneficial to health.
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- n. any natural or prepared food popularly believed to promote good health
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Aubrey Organics also has a good, pure, organic product available at most health food stores.
Pizza truly becomes non-fattening health food with these mixes and fresh ingredients to top them.
Hyper C Serum by Jason Natural Products available at most health food stores is an affordable, nearly natural, high-potency 10 percent vitamin C serum that made a big difference in my skin.
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I could eat lousy-tasting organic food for twenty years and then get hit by a bus one day walking home from the health food store.
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Aubrey Organics available at most health food stores has a wide range of affordable, safe, non-nano TiO2-based, nonchemical sunscreens with antioxidants like green tea, for the whole family.
Your health food store will have a good bulk nut section, but if you want to experience germinated nuts more digestible and nutritious, visit this website and your mouth will water at the descriptions of Italian Herb Almonds, Pesto Walnuts, and Spicy Onion Garlic Pistachios.
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