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Coffee, Tea, or ? #272

To reduce your risk of Parkinson disease try brewing up a cup of tea for yourself. Recent studies have stated that although coffee helps reduce the chances of Parkinson disease, two cups of tea per day reduces your risk of Parkinson disease and has important health protective flavonoids that coffee lacks. An added plus is that tea usually has less caffeine in it than coffee. Would you like a spot o´tea my dear?

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Thanks to: Kristian Geig - Lauglin - USA. - rec.:May 16, 2002 - pub.:May 19, 2002 - sent.:Mar 17, 2016
Benefits of soy #141

To improve cholesterol levels and better the heart, you can include soy in your diet. Preliminary reports suggest that soy may help dull pain.
In animal studies, moderate levels of phytoestrogens showed to reduce sensitivity to certain types of pain. Phytoestrogens are plant compounds that are found in high concentrations in soy and soy-based products. Including moderate amounts of soy in your diet may be helpful in reducing pain suffered by people with chronic, painful inflammation or swelling.

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Thanks to: Thomas Lee - Shanghai - China - rec.:May 7, 2002 - pub.:May 10, 2002 - sent.:Apr 4, 2016
Healthy Eating #4094

Healthy eating starts at the grocery store. To make your shopping trip a success, buy fresh foods when possible and read food labels on prepared foods. If you are looking for quick and healthy options, buy precut vegetables and bagged salad mixes. Plan a week’s worth of menus before shopping, and then make a list of ingredient you’ll need - and stick to it.

- Mayo Clinic -

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Thanks to: Cristina - Roselle - USA. - rec.:Jan 2, 2006 - pub.:Jan 2, 2006 - sent.:Aug 8, 2016
Green thumb #328

Keeping up an active hobby such as gardening when older may be one way to keep your mind young. Studies show that older people that regularly indulged in gardening have a lower risk of dementia compared to non-active older people.

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Thanks to: Patty Yosey - Denver - USA. - rec.:May 22, 2002 - pub.:May 23, 2002 - sent.:Mar 26, 2016
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