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Old June 18th, 2003, 19:25
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foods rich in a -carotene or b-carotene reduce the risk of CAD

This study found that a wide variety of carotenes reduce the risk of coronary artery disease. Comment: this illustrates a common thread, namely that variety keeps us healthy. It seems to be healthy to include
  • a wide variety of foods in your diet (natural foods are best due to the variety they bring);
  • a wide variety of daily activities (from meditation to vigorous activity); and
  • a wide variety of challenging mental activities (from dreaming to concrete thinking).

[ AJCN -- Abstracts: Osganian et al. 77 (6): 1390 ]

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