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    revathi22 posted:
    A Vital Source of Vitamins to your body source, Which perishes all the bad ingredients in your body
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    I'm not sure I understand. What was it that you used for back pain that worked for you?
     
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    Geradine4733 responded:
    Fresh fruits and vegetables are wonderful antioxidents to negate some of the bad ingredients in our body. A supplement is OK but healthy eating comes first.
     
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    charl1942 replied to Geradine4733's response:
    This is greata Geradine. Eating heathfully and supplements in that order. Thanks


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