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India to Get a Taste of 'British' Curries

...cooked in blood, usually from a pig, and tripe and onions are a strict no-no on the show. "I will not introduce cod roe either. It's an acquired taste." But chicken tikka masala, which former government minister Robin Cook once said was the national dish because it showed how well Britain absorbed outsi...

Onions, Garlic may Reduce the Risk of Cancer

... and colleagues found that moderate consumption of onions appeared to reduce the risk of colorectal (cancer ...ck) and ovarian cancers. Overall, consumption of onions ranged from 0-14 portions per week among cancer patients and 0-22 portions per week among those with...

Pomegranate juice may cut atherosclerosis risk in diabetics

...i-atherosclerotic benefits of licorice, olive oil, onions and pomegranates have already been worked upon by Aviram and also has published his findings. He was the first to prove inhibition of cholesterol oxidation and arteriosclerosis by consumption of red wine. Decrease in risk of Alzheimer's disease, pr...

Turmeric and Onions-Weapons against Colon Cancer

A pill that combines chemicals in turmeric and onions has been found to help prevent colon cancer according to a new study by Johns Hopkins investigators.// The research was led by Dr. Francis M. Giardiello of the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine and Dr. Marcia Cruz-Correa of Johns Hopkins a...

Oven roasted Vegetables Can Cause Dental Erosion

...hen stewed. But the study says that the acidity of onions or tomatoes does not change with the cooking method. Publishing his findings in the current issue of the European Journal of Prosthodontics and Restorative Dentistry, Dr Graham Chadwick said that the study was prompted by reports that people on a v...

Another osteoporosis buster: onion

...their bone cells. The compound isolated from white onions called GPCS, glutamyl peptide did wonders and being treated with parathyroid hormone the bone cells improved resoprtion. So this study can greatly help women and their problem. onion is a new entrant for osteoporosis prevention ow. and is here to ...

Tear-free Onions

...covered that it might be possible for tear-free GM onions to taste like onions. They have also found that the chemical in onions that makes you cry is not related to flavour. Researchers at the House Foods Corporation, University...

Lupin flour may cause peanut allergy like reactions

...dient to the lupin flour. Lupin flour is made from onions is widely used in countries of Europe. The study had opened a new field of research for scientists dealing with allergic reactions and their causes. Lupin flour allergy is still a hitherto unknown form of allergic reaction and only being reported re...

Onions to prevent osteoporosis

A new research done on rats suggests that eating onions may be the key to avoid the risk of bone disease of// osteoporosis. Researchers have identified a compound in onions, a peptide called GPCS that seems to prevent the bone disease. The study had involved segregation of bone cells of newborn mice that...

Green Onions Blamed in Outbreak

Health authorities have determined that green onions likely caused a recent outbreak of Hepatitis A in ...contaminated vegetables, have found that the green onions came from one or more farms in Mexico, the statement said....

Miraculous Salads

..., and parsley had a similar result. On a diet of onions the rats developed stronger bones and suffered les... researchers is to identify which compounds in the onions has the positive effect, and to see if it will work in humans."We hope we have opened up a new field...

Garlic fights malaria and cancer

...unds called disulfides, occur naturally in garlic, onions and mahogany trees and are known to have antifungal, anticancer and antibacterial properties.For years scientists have suspected that one of these compounds in garlic may be helpful against malaria and have proven it in animal models. Crandall and co...

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