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Lifevigor.com.ng is a Food and Health Blog. We love to talk about the Health Benefits, Recipes and Goodies Of Food. Love talking about about different foods ranging from continental dishes to vegan and many different types of foods, health benefits and also their recipes, you’ll find it all here.The recipes on lifevigor.com.ng range from vegan, vegetarian, continental dishes to keto and paloe diet and many more. They are fun and ultimately, they are all delicious. We’re most inspired by the things we eat their health benefits or some random ingredients we may stumble upon.


Hi am OKERE CHINEDU VICTOR am a Food Blogger, a Biochemist, i love programming, am an artist I love drawing at my leisure time and am an Enterprenuer !!!
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