Date: 04/30/2016 Time: 11:00 AM to 3:00 PM  
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Gorgeous 1 level Living! 3 units total. All owner occupied. You will appreciate every square inch of quality and beauty in this new Condo in the old West Main Street School building! 9 Foot ceilings, hardwood flooring,huge windows to let the sunshine in! Open floor plan so you can do what you want! Custom Cabinetry throughout! Enjoy a Masterbedroom suite with full bath and walkin closet! Your own laundry room, Central Air and FHA Gas heat! Storgage on the 3rd level. Plenty of parking and a big outdoor space with gazebo. This is the last one to be built in this building. 30 day turn key. Walk to shopping,bus line, library. You will love this place! It’s a beauty!

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Cold and flu season are here, there are some ways to prevent getting sick and they can come from simply changing your diet. It may not be an apple a day keeps the doctor away but there are some foods you can add to your diet to keep the cold bugs at bay.

Acai Berry

Acai berry’s dark color signals that it is high in antioxidants called anthocyanins. Antioxidants help your body fight aging and disease. Acai berries are usually found in juice or smoothie form, or dried and mixed with granola.

Almonds

Just 1/4 cup of Almonds has almost 50% of the daily recommended amount of vitamin E. Vitamin E helps boost the immune system. Almonds also contain riboflavin and niacin; B vitamins that may help you bounce back from the effects of stress.

Grapefruit

If you are looking to boost your vitamin C intake, grapefruits are a great way to fights off colds and flu. Grapefruit is also packed with flavonoids. Flavonoids are natural chemical compounds that have been shown to increase immune system activation.

Wheat Germ

Wheat germ contains zinc, antioxidants, and B vitamins among other vital vitamins and minerals. Wheat germ has fiber, protein, and good fat. You can substitute wheat germ for some part of regular flour in baked goods and other recipes. You can also mix it in with breadcrumbs in meatballs or meatloaf.

Oysters

When you hear oyster you think aphrodisiac but oysters are also known as immune boosters. Oysters contain the mineral zinc. Zinc has an antiviral effect, which aids in healing wounds.

Cabbage

Cabbage is a fantastic source of immune-strengthening glutamine.  It is easy to add cabbage to soups and stews to boost nutritional value.

Watermelon

Also containing the powerful antioxidant glutathione is watermelon. Glutathione is found in the red pulpy flesh near the rind.

Elderberry

Rich in antioxidants, elderberry is thought to fight inflammation. The extract from these dark berries appears to block flu viruses in test tube studies.

Button Mushrooms

Mushrooms boast the mineral selenium and antioxidants. Boosting selenium levels help to fight off severe flu symptoms. The B vitamins riboflavin and niacin, also found in these mushrooms, play a role in a healthy immune system.

 

 

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