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Good choices: Savor the flavor of eating right
Herbs and spices help us to use less salt (sodium) and have been shown to possess health benefits of their own. Here are ... Turmeric, for example, contains a chemical called curcumin that appears to have anti-inflammatory and antioxidant effects in ... [...]
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How Our Eating Habits Have Changed In 40 Years: From The Rise In Convenience …
We may know more about diet and nutrition than ever before, but it looks like our love of fast food hasn't diminished, as sales have skyrocketed in the past 40 years. New data on the changing eating and drinking habits of UK consumers has revealed that ... [...]
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Holdy Cow, let's think about eating cleaner
So here we go with some facts about the dairy industry. I believe our source for dairy products has been compromised over the years. Many cows in the U.S. are ... Some early studies found a relationship between blood levels of IGF-1 and the development ... [...]
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Savor the Flavor of Eating Right
Herbs and spices help us to use less salt (sodium) and have been shown to possess health benefits of their own. Here are ... Turmeric, for example, contains a chemical called curcumin that appears to have anti-inflammatory and antioxidant effects in ... [...]
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Quinn on Nutrition: Savor the flavor of eating right
Herbs and spices help us to use less salt (sodium) and have been shown to possess health benefits of their own. Here are ... Turmeric, for example, contains a chemical called curcumin that appears to have anti-inflammatory and antioxidant effects in ... [...]
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Diet Advice And Trends Of 2015 Debunked, Including Sugar Bans And Clean Eating
Meat-lovers broke down in unison this year when the World Health Organisation declared that processed meats such as bacon and sausages are "as big a cancer threat as cigarettes" and all other red meat, including steak, is "probably" carcinogenic. [...]
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Could eating vegetables reduce breast cancer risk?
Yet studies are increasingly suggesting the use of such treatment may increase the risk of breast cancer. A new study shows that luteolin, present in vegetables such as celery, ... Scientists from the University of Missouri in Columbia claim that ... [...]
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Eating your way to Health and Longevity
The compounds in these foods that are especially potent in stimulating the healthy aging process include anthocyanins (in sweet potatoes), curcumin (in turmeric) and astaxanthin (found in marine-based foods and algae). Getting these three ... In other ... [...]
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Eating for Your Brain as a Senior
Foods, beverages and extracts with similar pigments – such as pomegranates and grape juice – are also being studied for potential brain benefits. Not fond of berries? Brightly colored cabbage also has the same brain-healthy phytonutrients, Greger says. [...]
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