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1. “Increased Anthocyanin and Flavonoids in Mango Fruit Peel Are Associated with Cold and Pathogen Resistance.” ScienceDirect.com | Science, Health and Medical Journals,
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2. “Should You Peel Your Fruits and Vegetables?” Healthline, Healthline Media, 9 Dec. 2017, www.healthline.com/nutrition/peeling-fruits-veggies#section2.

3. “6 Good Reasons to Eat a Banana Today.” Healthxchange.Sg, 2019,
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4. “7 Goji Berry Benefits Backed by Science.”Www.Medicalnewstoday.Com,
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5. “7 Science-Based Health Benefits of Drinking Enough Water.” Healthline, 2017,
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6. “8 Impressive Health Benefits of Pineapple.” Healthline, 2018,
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7. “9 Legitimate Health Benefits of Eating Whole Grains.” Healthline, 2016,
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13. A gut-brain link for Parkinson’s gets a closer look. (2019, August 17). Retrieved from
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15. Bauer, Brent. “The Microbiome and Gastrointestinal Disorders From Mayo Clinic |
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