Anthocyanins are beautiful pigments found in plants that make them attractive to animals and insects that act as pollinators. Anthocyanins give the beautiful purples, reds, and blues to so many healthy foods. In the plant Anthocyanins also act as a sunscreen and as powerful antioxidants.
New findings call into question the idea that being overweight or obese might protect people from developing brittle bones. Dr. Jean-Marc Kaufman of Ghent University Hospital in Belgium and his colleagues found that fatter men had smaller, thinner bones, while those with more lean mass (more muscle) had larger, denser skeletons.
The genes and cells of tea drinkers are biologically younger than non-drinkers according to new research from China. It seems that tea protects our telomeres. Telomeres are expendable caps on the end of our genes.
Common and often deadly cardiovascular events include heart attack, stroke, ischemic heart disease with angina, and sudden cardiac death. Researchers from Thomas Jefferson University in Philadelphia and the University of Texas Health Science Center in Houston published the results of a meta-analysis of 11 existing studies which included a total of 39,044 patients in the review. The studies linked Fish Oil Omega-3 supplementation with a lower risk of fatal and nonfatal cardiovascular events as well as lower mortality from all causes over the duration of 11 studies.
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