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Consumption Of Baked Or Broiled Fish Found To Reduce Stroke Risk

A new study indicates that eating baked or broiled fish, such as tuna, may lower stroke risk in the elderly.// For the study researchers evaluated 4,775 adults 65 and older. Study participants answered food-frequency questionnaires to determine dietary habits and were followed for 12 years. Resu...

Avon Foundation Convened Breast Cancer Experts in Miami to Address Prevention Strategies at Annual Forum

...to polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs), which come from incomplete combustion of fossil fuels, polluted air or water, cigarette smoke and charcoal broiled foods. Her research identified that green tea (EGCG) helps prevent the PAH carcinogen-induced invasive phenotype of breast cancer cells, making her w...

Fish May Ward Off Dementia and Stroke

...cent, the study found. "Older adults who consumed tuna or other baked or broiled fish had a lower risk of having abnormalities on brain MRIs," said study co...n their diet. Siscovick's team found that people who ate tuna that was broiled or baked, or other fish high in omega-3 fatty acids, three or more times a ...

Don't Leave Diet Out to Lunch on Vacation

... out and decide ahead of time what you want. You're more likely to make healthier choices if you make a decision before you're hungry. Select baked, broiled or grilled foods instead of fried or breaded. Monitor your portions to keep track of how much you're eating. One ounce is about the size of four dic...

Higher Intake of Fish and Vitamin D Reduces the Risk of Age-related Macular Disease

...as also inversely associated with neovascular AMD." Eating more than two medium (4-ounce) servings of fish per week or more than one medium serving of broiled or baked fish was associated with the lowest risk for advanced AMD. Omega-3 fatty acids may influence processes involved in the development of...

Food Preparation may Play a Bigger Role in Chronic Disease

.... This class of toxins, called advanced glycation end products (AGEs), are absorbed into the body through the consumption of grilled, fried, or broiled animal products, such as meats and cheeses. AGEs, which are also produced when food products are sterilized and pasteurized, have been linked to infla...

Fish beneficial for heart rhythm disorders

...sh burgers or fish sticks - is not associated with blood levels of n-3 fatty acids. This suggests that it may be the n-3 fatty acids in tuna and other broiled or baked fish that are having a positive impact on the heart's electrical parameters." ...

Fish is Good for Your Heart

...er patients can avoid the risk of stroke by eating broiled or baked fish. In the study, researchers found tho... lowered by 31%. However the fish cooked had to be broiled or baked rather than fried. This study cover...on, mackerel and sardines) most likely when it was broiled or baked rather than fried. Fried fish and fish sa...
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