The article reports on the health benefits of eating leafy green vegetables and citrus fruits for older adults.
Stir-fried, steamed, or sauteed, they're delicious--and they can help keep cancer at bay
THEY GET NO RESPECT, but frankly greens don't require much. In the kitchen they need little attention. Drop them in a pot of boiling water, chop them and serve them raw, saute them in olive oil, microwave them for a minute--voila, you have a soup, a salad, a sauce, a side dish.
Provides information on leafy vegetables. Nutritional content of leafy green vegetables; Categories of leafy greens; Suggested recipes.
The article reports on the study by a group of researchers in Spain which analyzes the significance of green leafy vegetables and fruits in patients with lung cancer. Researchers found no protect...
The article discusses the prevention of age-related macular degeneration (AMD) a leading cause of blindness in adults involving the breakdown of nerve tissue. In particular, it presents nutrition...