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    28 Apr 2015

    Come visit us at historic Plaza Park in downtown Oxnard. Our Certified Farmers Market is managed by ...

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Lunch options aplenty at the Oxnard Farmers Market every Thursday. #OxnardFarmersMarket #DowntownOxnard #tacos #hotforfood #tacotuesdayeveryday ... See MoreSee Less

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Stone fruit season is ramping up. We have tree-ripened apricots, peaches, and nectarines now at the Oxnard Farmers Market. Come taste the difference. #OxnardFarmersMarket #FarmFresh #HealthyLiving #KnowYourFarmer #Community ... See MoreSee Less

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It's California Strawberry Festival time in Oxnard this weekend!!! You can come any Thursday 9:00-1:30 to our Market in beautiful downtown Oxnard at Plaza Park and get the best of the best of local strawberries. #OxnardFarmersMarket #CAStrawberryFestival #VisitOxnard #DiscoverOxnard ... See MoreSee Less

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Crickett KinserKari we should go on a Thursday morning sometime!

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Joe KennedyWhat a nice picture!

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Janelle HosfordInteresting - this shows up on Friday morning instead of Thursday morning.

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Veronica ValdiviaThat's a nice shot!

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Lupe CeballosMmmm que ricas

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Maria Paz CorreaPara que conozcas las frutillas Marcos A. Lillo Báez😜

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Cherries are in season and we have lots of them at the Oxnard Farmers Market. Need to know just a few health benefits of this delicious fruit? Read below. #OxnardFarmersMarket #LifeIsABowlOfCherries

9 HEALTH BENEFITS OF CHERRIES

1. Protects Against Diabetes
Sweet cherries have a low glycemic index of 22 — lower than apricots (57), grapes (46), peaches (42), blueberries (40) or plums (39). This makes them a better snack than many other fruits, especially for diabetics.

2. Promotes Better Sleep
Tossing and turning at night? Cherry juice to the rescue! Drink cherry juice 30 minutes after waking and 30 minutes before your evening meal. In a study, participants boosted their melatonin intake by following this routine. Cherries are a good source of melatonin, which helps us regulate our sleep cycles.

3. Decreases Belly Fat
Researchers found that rats who were fed whole tart cherry powder, in a high fat diet, didn’t gain as much weight or body fat as rats who did not eat tart cherry powder.

4. Helps Ward Off Alzheimer’s
The Alzheimer’s Association includes cherries as one of the memory boosting foods because they are rich in antioxidants.

5. Reduces Risk of Stroke
Tart cherries provide cardiovascular benefits. The anthocyanins, which are the pigments giving tart cherries its red color, may activate PPAR which regulates genes involved in fat and glucose metabolism. This reduces the risk of high cholesterol, blood pressure and diabetes.

6. Slows the Aging of Skin
Cherries have the highest antioxidant level of any fruit. Antioxidants help the body fight the free radicals that make us look old. Drinking one glass of tart cherry juice daily slows down the aging process.

7. Reduces Muscle Pain
A cup and a half of tart cherries or one cup of tart cherry juice can reduce muscle inflammation and soreness studies suggest. A group of marathon runners drank tart cherry juice twice daily for seven days before their race. The group who drank the cherry juice group experienced less muscle pain after the race than those who drank another fruit drink.

8. Helps Regulate Blood Pressure
Cherries are very high in potassium, which helps regulate heart rate and blood pressure and reduces the risk of hypertension. The phytosterols in cherries help reduce bad cholesterol levels.

9. Helps with osteoarthritis relief
The pain and discomfort of swollen joints were reduced when tart cherry juice was consumed twice a day for three weeks in a study of twenty women ages 40 to 70 with inflammatory osteoarthritis.
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Mother's Day is this Sunday and what better way to show your appreciation than with Farmers Market fresh flowers. Our flower buying customers continually share with us that the flowers from the Farmers Market always last longer than store bought. Come see the difference in Rodriguez Flowers with cut flower bouquets and Gallup & Stribbling Flowers with potted orchids, orchid corsages, cut orchids and cut flower bouquets. Thursdays 9:00 - 1:30. #OxnardFarmersMarket #FreshFlowers #DowntownOxnard ... See MoreSee Less

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