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  • Treating Asthma With Plants vs. Supplements?
    Treating Asthma With Plants vs. Supplements?
    Whole fruits and vegetables were compared to both antioxidant pills as well as supplements containing fruits and vegetable extracts for their ability to treat seasonal allergies, improve lung...
  • Preventing Asthma With Fruits and Vegetables
    Preventing Asthma With Fruits and Vegetables
    A study involving more than a million kids suggests the striking worldwide variation in childhood rates of allergies, asthma, and eczema is related to diet.
  • How to Slow Brain Aging by Two Years
    How to Slow Brain Aging by Two Years
    The consumption of blueberries and strawberries is associated with delayed cognitive aging by as much as 2.5 years, thought to be because of brain-localizing anthocyanin phytonutrients, as shown on...
  • Minimum “Recommended Daily Allowance” of Antioxidants
    Minimum “Recommended Daily Allowance” of Antioxidants
    How many antioxidant-rich foods do we need to eat every day just to stay out of oxidative debt?
  • Nutrient-Dense Approach to Weight Management
    Nutrient-Dense Approach to Weight Management
    Americans eating meat-free diets average higher intakes of nearly every nutrient, while maintaining a lower body weight, perhaps due in part to their higher resting metabolic rates.
  • Enhanced Athletic Recovery Without Undermining Adaptation
    Enhanced Athletic Recovery Without Undermining Adaptation
    Might the antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties of plant-based diets undermine some of the benefits of exercise?
  • Preventing Exercise-Induced Oxidative Stress With Watercress
    Preventing Exercise-Induced Oxidative Stress With Watercress
    Those eating a more plant-based diet may naturally have an enhanced antioxidant defense system to counter the DNA damage caused by free radicals produced by high-intensity exercise.
  • Keeping Your Hands Warm With Citrus
    Keeping Your Hands Warm With Citrus
    Phytonutrients in citrus such as hesperidin may increase blood flow sufficient to warm the hands and feet of those with cold sensitivity.
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