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शनिवार, 31 मई 2014

आरोग्य समाचार

आरोग्य समाचार 

(१)जल से भरपूर सिंगाड़ा (Water chestnut )लार के निर्माण को प्रेरित करता है प्यास बुझाता है। अतिसार पे काबू पाने में सहायक अलावा इसके इसमें भरपूर माइक्रोन्यूट्रिएंट्स (सूक्ष्म लेकिन आवश्यक  पोषक तत्व )मौजूद रहते हैं। गर्मियों का तोहफा है सिंगारा। 


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(7)Eating seven+ portions of fruits and veggies daily cuts your risk of death nearly in half

Your momma always told you to eat your veggies. Little did you know that she was so very right. Science has now backed up our mothers’ claims that eating fruits and veggies is good for us. In fact, according to this unique study, eating seven or more servings of fruits and veggies can reduce your risk of death in general by 42%.
Now I said the study was unique. What makes it so?
This is the first study to link fruit and vegetable consumption with all-cause, cancer and heart disease deaths in a nationally-representative population, the first to quantify health benefits per-portion, and the first to identify the types of fruit and vegetable with the most benefit.
Ok, so this seems legit, right? What are the actual findings? What if you only eat a few servings, not seven? The study is thorough:
Compared to eating less than one portion of fruit and vegetables, the risk of death by any cause is reduced by 14% by eating one to three portions, 29% for three to five portions, 36% for five to seven portions and 42% for seven or more.
But don’t rush off to the store yet. There’s more. If you want benefits, you’ve got to eat the good stuff. Canned and frozen fruit actually increases your risk of death by 17%. The study is a bit sloppy here, so it’s hard to tell what actually causes in the increase––is it just canned fruit, perhaps because of the sugar? Or is it the fault of overall poor health of populations who eat those fruits? While we may not know, the overall point is clear: Go eat fruit and veggies!
Full story at Science Daily.
More potentially life-saving science.
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