how do collard greens digest in your body?

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Answered: Sylvia's Brand Collard Greens

Thanks for the info. I don't have Kroger here in Greenville, SC but next time I am travelling, I will look at Kroger to see if they have them! THANKS AGAIN!

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Poor digestion has many effects in the body, it may also causes seizures-that depends upon the patients body condition.In order to improve your digestion you can try Acai berry which aids in easy digestion and improves your energy levels. http://www.acaiberry.org/benefits.html

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Answered: Collards

You're probably just hungry for some, I suggest go and buy you some greens.

Answered: Seeds that do not digest

etcAs far as know, the human body doesn't digest any entire seed. This because our digestive system is not able to do this as the for cows (as exemple). Howerer, for a good digestion it is recommended to eat fibers and their origin could be in seeds. The important thing is to mill them before ...
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