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  • How to Reach the Antioxidant “RDA”
    How to Reach the Antioxidant “RDA”
    Even nine servings of fruits and vegetables a day may not reach the minimum recommended intake of antioxidants if one doesn’t make the right choices.
  • Reducing Muscle Soreness With Berries
    Reducing Muscle Soreness With Berries
    Anti-inflammatory phytonutrients in berries may explain why cherries can speed recovery after a marathon by reducing muscle pain in long-distance runners.
  • Which Fruit Fights Cancer Better?
    Which Fruit Fights Cancer Better?
    The ability of eleven common fruits to suppress cancer cell growth in vitro was compared. Which was most effective—apples, bananas, cranberries, grapefruits, grapes, lemons, oranges, peaches,...
  • Apple Juice May Be Worse Than Sugar Water
    Apple Juice May Be Worse Than Sugar Water
    Why the spike in antioxidant levels in our bloodstream after drinking apple juice might not be a good thing.
  • Neurobiology of Artificial Sweeteners
    Neurobiology of Artificial Sweeteners
    The disconnect between sweetness sensations coming from our tongue and the lack of a caloric feedback loop in the gut may result in overeating.
  • Tipping Firmicutes to Bacteroidetes
    Tipping Firmicutes to Bacteroidetes
    Certain phytonutrients may tip the balance of healthy gut bacteria in favor of flora associated with improved weight control.
  • Garden Variety Anti-Inflammation
    Garden Variety Anti-Inflammation
    The variety of fruit and vegetable consumption may decrease disease risk, independent of quantity.
  • Dragon’s Blood
    Dragon’s Blood
    The four most antioxidant-packed natural substances so far tested are cloves, amla (Indian gooseberries), triphala (a combination of amla, bibhitaki, and haritaki fruits), and dragon's blood.
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