As if the cold weather isn't reason enough to cozy up with a hot cup of tea - results of a study published online in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition August 2015 which followed 1,188 older women for up to 10 years , indicates that those who consumed 3 or more cups of tea per day were 30% less likely to have had a bone fracture compared to those who drank one or fewer cups per week. Also those who got the most antioxidant flavonoids from tea and diet were at least one-third less likely to have any kind of fracture.See Recipe
When researchers analyzed postmenopausal women only, regular mushroom eaters were 84% less likely to have breast cancer.See Recipe
Garlic lowered risk for colon cancer, and folic acid with riboflavin may decrease risk for colon cancer in those with abnormal intestinal growths (colorectal polyps).Read More »
Older adults who read well were healthier than those who read poorly, and adults who took a wide array of nutritional supplements for at least 20 years had better health than those who did not, two new studies reveal.Read More »
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