Women's Fitness


The benefits of watercress are endless. It’s rich in vitamin A (good for eye health and immune function) and vitamin C (beneficial for growth, development and repair of body tissues), and calcium (good for bone health), iron (beneficial for energy levels), and vitamin E, ideal for immune system function. It is also high in antioxidants, to keep your immune system strong. Why not try one tonight?

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