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Rural India has the lowest validated Alzheimer’s rates in the world. Is it due to the turmeric in their curry, or their largely plant-based diets? Watch the video "Preventing Alzheimer’s with Turmeric" on NutritionFacts.org: http://bit.ly/2wBFejL
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The radiation exposure from eating post-Fukushima seafood comparable to doses delivered from the consumption of natural radioactive polonium in fish (http://bit.ly/2eyVA1F). What is responsible for the “natural” radioactivity of seafood?
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Vitamin C pills put to the test for cancer.
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Purple sweet potatoes improve liver function tests in those with borderline hepatitis (http://bit.ly/2d2SzpF). They may also help lower high blood pressure and inflammation.
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Tea consumption is associated with a decreased risk of depression (http://1.usa.gov/1Ug4RK8). A phytonutrient found in the tea leaves may play a role in improving mood. Are other fruits and vegetables also beneficial?
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Unbelievably, a randomized controlled trial of cabbage leaf wraps for arthritis was published.
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What happens when metastatic prostate cancer patients were taught to increase intake of whole grains, vegetables, fruit, and beans, and to decrease meat, dairy, and junk? Check out the video "Treating Advanced Prostate Cancer with Diet: Part 2" on NutritionFacts.org: http://bit.ly/2Ie8oem
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Do men and women who eat more beans tend to have less heart disease?
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Can dairy fat and protein inhibit the nutrient absorption from berries?
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Using a black light to measure skin autofluorescence, researchers found significantly lower levels of glycotoxins (advanced glycation end-products) within the bodies of those eating more plant-based diets (http://1.usa.gov/1KCIP1U). High levels of glycotoxins in the blood may predict cognitive decline over time. These results may help explain why those eating more plant-based may have a lower risk of developing dementia.
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