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Some health benefits of celery for men include lowering blood pressure and cancer prevention, according to Medical News Today. Celery may also improve digestion, prevent age-related vision loss and relieve pain.

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Celery contains a phytochemical called phthalide that relaxes the tissues of the artery walls to improve blood flow and lower blood pressure, according to the Cleveland Clinic. In addition, celery stalk is low in salt an...

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Peanut butter is rich in monounsaturated fat, making it a heart-healthy choice. A great source of vitamin E, niacin, folate, protein and manganese, peanut butter has many key vitamins and minerals that support heart heal...

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The main health benefits of green tea include cancer prevention, weight loss, improved blood flow and stress reduction, according to Medical News Today. Research also indicates that green tea helps lower cholesterol, pre...

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The main health benefits of parsley include cancer prevention, diabetes prevention and improved bone health, according to Medical News Today. Parsley can also help lower blood pressure, improve prostate and spleen functi...

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One proven health benefit of biotin is improved nail strength, according to Medical News Today. Some preliminary studies also show that biotin has the ability to lower blood sugar in people with Type 1 and Type 2 diabete...

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Some health benefits of ginger tea include reducing nausea and vomiting, reducing pain and inflammation and stimulating digestion, according to Medical News Today. Ginger can be taken as a tea, in dried or oil form, or a...

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