I do have so much to give thanks for. Not only for the Love God has for me, the Blessing to be able to see, hear, speak, smell, touch, walk...For the beautiful Nature my eyes see every morning, the birds, the squirrels the chipmunks and the rooster next door.... but for all the great people I have meet. For the Kingdom Connections that only God can send in my life. For my Wonderful Family who are so supportive of me. For my fantastic friends who I enjoy so much. Thank You Father.
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Cayenne pepper is an excellent source of vitamin A. It is also a very good source of vitamin E as well as a good source of vitamin C, vitamin B6, vitamin C, fiber, vitamin K, riboflavin, potassium, manganese and dietary fiber.
Vitamin A is essential for vision (especially dark adaptation), immune response, bone growth, reproduction, the maintenance of the surface linings of the eyes, epithelial cell growth and repair, and the epithelial integrity of the respiratory, urinary, and intestinal tracts. Vitamin A is also important for embryonic development and the regulation of adult genes. It functions as an activator of gene expression by retinoid alpha-receptor transcription factor and ligand-dependent transcription factor.
Deficiency of vitamin A is found among malnourished, elderly, and chronically sick populations in the United States, but it is more prevalent in developing countries. Abnormal visual adaptation to darkness, dry skin, dry hair, broken fingernails, and decreased resistance to infections are among the first signs of vitamin A
Cayenne Pepper will help you boost your weight loss program, will make your skin look great and will help in the cure of several illnesses. Please Google "cayenne pepper" and start enjoying its Blessings.
My favorite morning tea: hot Apple Cider with cayenne pepper, lemon juice, cinnamon and honey... try it you will love it.
When I first got to know these peppers, I thought, that is too hot for me... I tried it and found its hit to be different than jalapenos, more agreeable and it goes away fast.
Born in LA, she has studied art, architecture,
fashion and interior design because of her avidity to learn and discover
as much as possible. Devon's mother is a fine-artist and illustrator,
who also has a strong background in textile design, with work in museums
and hotels around the globe. Her father is an interior architect, toy
designer, and most recently an illustrator and sculptural wood lighting
designer. Her brother and sisters are both talented glass blowers.
Because of them, Devon has always been surrounded by art, learning about
the importance of composition, balance of textures, proportion, and
color. She attended OTIS College of Art and Design and then the Fashion
Institute of Design and Merchandising to immerse herself even deeper in
the fashion trade.
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