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Scholarship Recipient

The money from this scholarship will help me pay for my son’s school tuition and for a new uniform. He’s currently attending 6th grade and has managed to keep excellent grades. He wants to become a doctor when he grows up to help kids in his community when they get sick. Thank you, for helping my son achieve his dream of becoming a doctor.

Fernando C. Picker

Baja, Mexico


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Text2 here A recipe for cooking asparagus is given in one of the oldest surviving collections of recipes (Apicius's third-century BC De re coquinaria, Book III"). In the second century BC, the Greek physician Galen, highly respected within Roman society, mentioned asparagus as a beneficial herb, but as dominance of the Roman empire waned, asparagus' medicinal value drew little attention until al-Nafzawi's The Perfumed Garden. That piece of writing celebrates its purported aphrodisiacal power that the Indian Ananga Ranga attributes to "special phosphorus elements" that also counteract fatigue




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Text3 A recipe for cooking asparagus is given in one of the oldest surviving collections of recipes (Apicius's third-century BC De re coquinaria, Book III"). In the second century BC, the Greek physician Galen, highly respected within Roman society, mentioned asparagus as a beneficial herb, but as dominance of the Roman empire waned, asparagus' medicinal value drew little attention until al-Nafzawi's The Perfumed Garden. That piece of writing celebrates its purported aphrodisiacal power that the Indian Ananga Ranga attributes to "special phosphorus elements" that also counteract fatigue

14 %
of RDA of folic acid
Per 100g
2.1 g
Dietary Fiber
Per 100g
20
Calories
Per 100g
2150 µmol
TE Antioxidant Strength
Per 100g