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Gut-liver axis transfer of vitamin E appears compromised by low vitamin C levels, review finds –

Writing in the journal Redox Biology, ​the team’s ​findings likely help to explain why these patients, who have low vitamin C levels, are at high-risk for liver dysfunction and liver injury seen in Non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD). “Vitamin C actually protects vitamin E, so when you have lipid peroxidation, vitamin E is used up and vitamin C can regenerate ...

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Health Benefits of Beets You Never Knew About – Reader's Digest

Healthy Eating Alyssa JungAug 14 Beets are packed with healthy nutrients, like five essential vitamins, calcium, iron, potassium, and protein. But they can also have some surprising side effects. Health Benefit: Beets fight cancer Viktor Kochetkov/Shutterstock There are multiple cancer-fighting health benefits of beets. Beets contain high levels of antioxidant and anti-inflammatory agents that studies show may help reduce the ...

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Tomato health benefits –

As we all know, a tomato is technically a fruit. But when it comes to nutrition, tomatoes – along with seedy cucumbers and zucchini – are categorised as vegetables. That’s due in part to their lower carb and sugar contents: A medium tomato provides just 22 calories, and about 5 grams of total carbs, with 3 as sugar and 1.5 ...

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Low-carb diets are a popular resolution in 2019, but we're learning more about which carbs you should never cut out – Business Insider South Africa

White bread isn’t great for your body, but unrefined whole grains are. Justin Sullivan/Getty Images Low-carb diets are a popular resolution for 2019; the keto diet is one extreme form of this approach. But several studies suggest that people who eat a moderate amount of carbohydrates live longer than people on low-carb or high-carb diets. Overall, researchers are discovering that people who ...

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