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Redd formulates for synergy to help bring the body back into balance. The objective is to nourish and support, not stimulate, push or suppress.
Bee pollination contributes to 80% of plant species worldwide; 30% of our food is directly pollinated by bees and 70% of our is food controlled by pollinators.
Folate is probably best known for its role in the development of neural tube tissue into healthy fetal brains and spinal cords.
Because minerals serve so many important functions in our bodies, it is important to get them in adequate amounts. Eating a varied, whole-food diet rich in vegetables is a good start. However, the mineral content of food depends on the minerals in the soil in which the food is grown or where the animals graze. So consider focusing on eating organic food since organic farming returns nutrients, including minerals, to the soil.
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