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#1

Aldenn
Benefits, of Lettuce.

Well Lettuce are normally charming and contain complicated, starchy foods as well as healthy natural
supplement mineral deposit and some healthy protein too. Moreover lovely lettuce are very easy to
process. They also provide, a lot of power. I actually would, desire them over bright Lettuce.
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#2

Onaphobia

SPAM thinly veiled as a post about... lettuce...

#3

Johni

It is valuable for liver organ health because it eliminates the poisons from the body and decreases the fill on the liver organ.


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#4

jeffski

I love lettuce, especially in a nice big juicy hamburger. plus anything that is good for your liver has got to be good. my liver does need a bit of TLC.

#5

shadowshaded

Wow its been 4 years since the benefits of lettuce were hidden away

#6

New Member

Lettuce is always great in a salad. Low in calories and always good to increase green leafy veges. Just needs a little mayonnaise - low fat of course.

#7

David

Lettuce add more of this to our diets. This good stuff as part of your daily servings of fruit and veg - especially in the summertime - helps us to maintain a healthy diet of which I'm more conscious of as I get older

#8

shadowshaded

I must admit when having a burger crispy lettuce really sets it off but its something id never use on a pizza.

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