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    Mushrooms May Prevent Cognitive Decline in Elderly


    Older adults who eat mushrooms more than twice a week can halve their risk of losing memory as well as language and attention skills, a key factor for the development of Alzheimer’s disease finds a new study. The study, led by a team from the National University of Singapore, found that even one small portion […] More

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    Eating Garlic and Onions Daily May Ward off Colon Cancer Risk

    Consuming 50 grams of allium vegetables, which include garlic, leeks, and onions, daily can potentially reduce the risk of getting colorectal cancer, finds a study. The study, published in the Asia Pacific Journal of Clinical Oncology, showed that the odds of having colorectal cancer was 79 percent lower in adults who consumed high amounts of […] More

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    Two-Minute Breakfast Smoothie

    Two-Minute Breakfast SmoothieRecipe:- Why is it called a smoothie? By 1970 a lactose intolerant teenager named Steven Kuhnau began to makesmoothies in order to be able to enjoy something similar to the milkshakes most of his peers loved. Why are smoothies good for you? It will blend well in your smoothie. Greek yogurt will […] More