the more fruits and vegetables you
eat, the lower your risk for stroke.
that’s what researchers found
when they analyzed the results of
20 different studies from around the
world, involving more than 760,000
people. the risk of stroke dropped by
32 percent for every 200 grams of fruit
eaten per day (equivalent to about one
large apple) and by 11 percent for every
200 grams per day of vegetables (a
supermarket bag of raw spinach
contains 255 grams). apples, leafy
veggies such as spinach and kale, citrus
fruits, pears, berries, root vegetables,
onions, leeks, and garlic were all
specifically found to cut stroke risk.
Source: Stroke, published online
May 8, 2014 C l
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⬤ want your children to behave better?
Try cutting their food into bite-sized
pieces. in a study of 12 boys and girls
ages 6 to 10, researchers found that
children were more likely to disobey
instructions and act out when fed
chicken on the bone than when given
the same amount of chicken in cut-up
pieces. biting with the front teeth
pushes facial muscles into a position
of aggression, just as a dog bares its
teeth to prepare to fight. doing this
can make a child feel and behave
more aggressively, the researchers say.
Source: Eating Behaviors, published online
april 22, 2014
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