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  • Raw Veggies Versus Cooked for Heart Disease
    Raw Veggies Versus Cooked for Heart Disease
    Fruit and vegetable consumption is associated with a lower risk of heart disease, but which is more protective, raw or cooked?
  • Liver Toxicity Due to Broccoli Juice?
    Liver Toxicity Due to Broccoli Juice?
    6,000 cups of broccoli a year is probably too much.
  • Sulforaphane: From Broccoli to Breast
    Sulforaphane: From Broccoli to Breast
    In a test tube, the broccoli phytonutrient sulforaphane appears to target breast cancer stem cells, but how do we know it's even absorbed into the body? Have women undergoing breast reduction surgery...
  • Smoking Versus Kale Juice
    Smoking Versus Kale Juice
    The effect of kale juice on LDL and HDL cholesterol and the antioxidant capacity of the blood.
  • So Should We Drink Beet Juice or Not?
    So Should We Drink Beet Juice or Not?
    In the context of a healthy plant-based diet, the nitrates in vegetables can safely be converted into nitric oxide, which can boost athletic performance and may help prevent heart disease.
  • Out of the Lab Onto the Track
    Out of the Lab Onto the Track
    Randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled crossover studies convinced the scientific establishment that nitrate-rich vegetables such as beets could noticeably improve athletic performance.
  • Don’t Use Antiseptic Mouthwash
    Don’t Use Antiseptic Mouthwash
    The natural flora on our tongue (lingual bacteria) is essential for the athletic performance-enhancing effect of the nitrates in vegetables such as beetroot.
  • Priming the Proton Pump
    Priming the Proton Pump
    To understand how beets could reduce the oxygen cost of exercise while improving athletic performance, one must review the biochemistry of energy production (ATP synthase) and the body's conversion...
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