Cranberries & Oats!

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Once you’ve eaten dried whole organic cranberries, there’s no turning back. However, it’s much more nutritious eating the unprocessed kind. Basically, fresh is best! Delicious cranberries are packed with vitamin C, fiber, manganese, vitamin K, and vitamin E.

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Cranberries are rich in phytonutrients, anti-cancer, cardiovascular, and digestive track benefits. It’s also an anti-inflammatory, supports the immune systems, and protects against UTI’s.

Oats

Significant Cardiovascular Benefits for Postmenopausal Women
Eating a serving of whole grains, such as oats, at least 6 times each week is an especially good idea for postmenopausal women with high cholesterol, high blood pressure or other signs of cardiovascular disease (CVD).

A 3-year prospective study of over 200 postmenopausal women with CVD, published in the American Heart Journal, shows that those eating at least 6 servings of whole grains each week experienced both:


    Slowed progression of atherosclerosis, the build-up of plaque that narrows the vessels through which blood flows, and
    Less progression in stenosis, the narrowing of the diameter of arterial passageways
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Oats click here