The Benefits of Grapefruit Peel: Not Just for the Inside

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While many people may know of some of the benefits of grapefruit and even grapefruit peel, they may be unaware there are benefits that extend beyond that of the body's physical well being–or even within the body's physical state. It is rather interesting to read articles on grapefruit peel and... more

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What is Grapefruit Pectin?

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Grapefruit pectin is a type of fiber. This is the easiest way to describe what grapefruit pectin is. Since everyone is always saying that you should get more fiber in your diet, grapefruit pectin is a great way to do that. However, most people do not realize that you can... more

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Where Does Your Grapefruit Drink Come From?

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You drive out the driveway and as if on auto-pilot, navigate to your local grocery store to get your supplies for the week or perhaps the next few days. You bag your vegetables and then your fruit. You then wander the aisles looking for treats and then finally reach the... more

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How to Absorb the Benefits of Red Grapefruit

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While everyone is aware that citrus fruits of all varieties are high in vitamin C, red grapefruit like tomatoes is very high in lycopene which experts believe helps it protect the body against colon and lung cancer. The red grapefruit variety reduces the enzymes that trigger these cancers and thus... more

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Juicing Florida Oranges

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If you are looking to experience some of the most unique and juicy Florida oranges available, you have to try the Valencia oranges grown at Indian River, Florida. Indeed, these sweetest of the sweet oranges are available much of the year, from February through October, with the majority crop ripening... more

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How to Make and Ship Grapefruit Baskets as Holiday Giveaways

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As the holiday season approaches, most of us scramble to find the right presents for our loved ones. Finding the right presents can be a bit of a challenge especially if we want to give something really special to those who are important to us. Yet, with the current economic... more

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Sending Texas Grapefruit

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Grapefruits make a great gift for family and friends. Or you can even order grapefruits for yourself. Perfect times for sending grapefruits are birthdays, anniversaries or holidays. The following places are some great choices when looking for fresh Texas grapefruit. Red Cooper Mission, TexasRed Cooper has been providing fresh, quality... more

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Fight the Battle of the Bulge with Fresh Grapefruit

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The waistlines of ordinary Americans are growing faster than ever, according to a recent report. Funded by the Trust for America's Health and the Robert Wood Foundation, medical researchers compiled some truly shocking statistics. Many have heard that two-thirds of US citizens are now either overweight or obese, but few... more

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The Story of Texas Oranges

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Image via Wikipedia The orange was brought to Florida in 1565 by a group of Spanish Explorers. It was an instant hit. Over the next few centuries, farmers planted huge crops of the tropical fruit to satisfy local demand. By the early nineteenth century, demand was so high that the... more

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Ways to Eat Grapefruit from Texas

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Before the grapefruit came to Texas in the late 19th century it was little more than an exotic novelty fruit. First documented on the island of Barbados in 1750 by a Welsh naturalist, it was named grapefruit because of the way it grew in clusters, like grapes. Years later, it... more

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