Brilliant Stainless Steel Juicer

Stainless Lux sends this elegant, well-made stainless steel juicer to you from Arizona in its own gorgeous drawstring pouch, for $16.00 plus shipping fee. This is the Elegant Survival Non-Electric Tool hoice for making grapefruit and orange juice at home. Stainless Lux Juicer The affordable way to juice oranges, grapefruit, lemons and limes: Stainless Lux

Brilliant Stainless Steel Juicer

Stainless Lux sends this elegant, well-made stainless steel juicer to you from Arizona in its own gorgeous drawstring pouch, for $16.00 plus shipping fee. This is the Elegant Survival Non-Electric Tool choice for making grapefruit and orange juice at home. Courtesy of M-J de Mesterton

Celery, Grapefruit, and other Powerful Weight-Reducing Foods

I eat celery and grapefruit every day, so finding this article today in Natural News by Mike Adams was a confirmation of why I believe that they are so health-promoting:The Top Five Negative-Calorie Health Foods I wrote this about Grapefruit in November last year: Elegant, Health-Promoting Grapefruit Grapefruit is a beautiful part of a healthy, elegant…

Celery, Grapefruit, and other Powerful Weight-Reducing Foods

I eat celery and grapefruit every day, so finding this article today in Natural News by Mike Adams was a confirmation of why I believe that they are so health-promoting:The Top Five Negative-Calorie Health Foods I wrote this about Grapefruit in November last year: Elegant, Health-Promoting Grapefruit Grapefruit is a beautiful part of a healthy, elegant…

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Elegant, Health-Promoting Grapefruit

Grapefruit is a beautiful part of a healthy, elegant breakfast. Peeled and cut into sections, then drizzled with a bit of honey and a few grains of sugar, this lucky grapefruit is ready to eat in an antique Japanese Export bowl.

Elegant, Health-Promoting Grapefruit

Grapefruit is a beautiful part of a healthy, elegant breakfast. Peeled and cut into sections, then drizzled with a bit of honey and a few grains of sugar, this lucky grapefruit is ready to eat in an antique Japanese Export bowl. Courtesy of M-J de Mesterton