Love your Tomatoes - They're good for your heart!
Tomatoes are one of the world's most famous foods. You can find it just about anywhere and people who love tomatoes- really, really love tomatoes. And their devotion is not without good cause; tomatoes help fight prostate cancer, help lower cholesterol and in general, protect your heart. So for those tomato lovers out there- tomatoes are definitely good for your heart. What is your favorite tomato? Find out by tasting all kinds of varieties at the tomato festival on August 8th!
Peaches Stop Strokes!
Why buy peaches at the farmers market?
Who knew the soft, sunset colored peach was such a powerhouse when it comes to stopping strokes? Not only that, but they also combat cancer, prevent, constipation, aid in overall digestion, and help with hemorrhoids.
When shopping for peaches, choose fragrant fruits which are unblemished and not overly firm. Because fresh peaches are highly perishable, don't buy more than you plan to use. Even when unripe, they spoil easily. Peaches that are greenish colored were probably picked too early should be avoided. Sweetness does not increase after picking, so ripe-picked fruit is always the tastiest. That is why you pruchase your fresh fruit at the local farmers market. The peaches are picked ready to eat!
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Special thanks to Carole Pirruccello, Co-Trustee of the John and Eunice Davidson Fund. (click for more details)
Click here to meet the members of the First Board of Directors for The Woodland Farmers Market