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Wrinkle cure

...hould be avoided include red meat, potatoes, corn, peas and pastas....

Legume Consumption Can Cut Heart Disease Risk

Bulking up the diet with legumes such as beans and peas can lower the risk of heart disease. Men and women who ate legumes at least four times a week had a 22% lower risk of coronary heart disease than those who consumed legumes once weekly. The most enthusiastic legume eaters also had lower blood pressur...

Good carb, bad carb? Experts debate.

...rcent higher than table sugar. Unprocessed grains, peas and beans have a moderate GI. Nonstarchy vegetables and most fruits are low.For instance, overcooking can raise the GI. Ripe fruit is lower than green. A diced potato is lower than mashed, and thick linguini is lower than thin. To make matters even ...

A Prevention For Alzheimer’s On The Wa

...eafy green vegetables, fruits, and dried beans and peas if you want to be able to recognize your dear ones when you get ol....

Vegetarian Diet Prevents the Development of Atherosclerosis

...xture of freeze-dried broccoli, green beans, corn, peas and carrots. These five vegetables are among the top-10 vegetables in the United States based on frequency of consumption. After 16 weeks, the researchers measured two forms of cholesterol to estimate the extent of atherosclerosis. In mice that were ...

Yellow Fruits And Vegetables Help In Fight Against Loss Of Eyesight

...earchers have explained that sweet corn, broccoli, peas and squash contain the compounds lutein and zeaxanthin, which might offer protection against damage to eyesight later in life. It has been reported that eye disease is one of the leading causes of blindness in elderly people, and that there is no cu...

Yellow and green vegetables for better eyesight

...green vegetables, sweet corn, squash, broccoli and peas over 15 years, had less chances of developing Age related Macular Degeneration (AMD). These vegetables contain carotenoids, which are potent biological antioxidants. Scientists say that this may help in protection against AMD by absorbing blue ligh...

Plum School Students Set the Trend in Healthy Eating

...tural by-products such as hulls of oats, soybeans, peas and rice, or bran from corn or wheat has been used in school meals to cut down calories while preserving a favorable ‘mouth feel’. Scientists of U.S Department of Agriculture have designed the additive and the product is claimed to maintain the ple...

Want a Healthy Colon? Eat a Rainbow!

...Eat a variety of fruits and vegetables; Add beans, peas and lentils to salads. o Be sure to increase your... collard greens, chickpeas, asparagus, broccoli or peas to your meal, or try including strawberries, papaya or oranges in your dessert. Drink Plenty of W...

Chinese-food Lovers, Beware

...d of meat or noodles. Ask for extra broccoli, snow peas or other veggies. -Steer clear of deep-fried meat, seafood or tofu. Order it stir-fried or braised. -Hold the sauce, and eat with a fork or chopsticks to leave more sauce behind. -Avoid salt, which means steering clear of the duck sauce, hot mu...

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