Friday, December 16, 2005


Increased risk of cancers for breast, colon, and prostate are caused by fats such as those found in red meats, oils, creams, salad dressings, butter, mayonnaise, and margarine.

Photochemical compounds through a mixture of fruits and vegetables are possible cancer fighters.

Protein daily can avoid hormone shortages.

Zinc is a mineral that aids the immune system in its efforts to prevent diseases.

Nicotine is known to raise blood pressure.

Eating common oat bran muffins or cereal everyday can slash dangerous cholesterol levels by as much as 19 percent.

Too much salt can contribute to high blood pressure, kidney damage, premenstrual water retention and swelling , ringing in the ears, and heart disease.

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