The wonders of berries.
What the peer-reviewed scientific literature has to say about noni juice.
So yes, watermelon is a healthy fruit. Healthier than we used to think, but there's healthier still. Greens are the healthiest vegetable. But what are the healthiest fruits? A few years ago I talked about the studies suggesting that eating a single serving of berries everyday could add an extra year to our lifespan. Wait a second, tastes great and we get to live longer? That's really what plant based eating is all about.
More good news this year on cranberries and blueberries. In general berries are packed with wonderful phytonutrients with nice names like petunidin. That's another difference between plant and animal based foods. In plant food there is teanine in tea, gingerols, rosemarinic acid; limonoids, like limonin and tangeritin. Whereas in animal based foods there are substances with names like putrescine in turkey muscle, this is from the Journal of Nutrition. Dietary putrescine doesn't really roll off the tongue. Nor would I want it frankly to touch my tongue at all.
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Girdhar SR, Barta JR, Santoyo FA, Smith TK. Dietary putrescine (1,4-diaminobutane) influences recovery of Turkey poults challenged with a mixed coccidial infection. Girdhar SR, Barta JR, Santoyo FA, Smith TK.
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