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Chewing thoroughly drives production of beneficial phytochemicals, helps with weight loss, and even helps prevent cavities.
Studies suggest garlic and onion phytochemicals support cardiovascular health by helping to reduce blood pressure, cholesterol, and blood glucose, and by slowing blood clotting.
Nuts and seeds can help us live longer, healthier lives. New research links higher nut consumption with a lower risk of cancer, especially breast cancer.
Large, long-term studies have consistently concluded that more plant protein and less animal protein is linked to a longer life.
Vegetable-bean soups and stews are nutrient-rich, flavorful, satisfying, and easy to prepare. Plus, soup is a great weight loss tool.
Higher intake of cruciferous vegetables, rich in glucosinolates, is linked to a reduced risk of several cancers.