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  MILK NOT ALWAYS BEST FOR KIDS’ BONES
Children who drink more milk do not necessarily develop healthier bones, researchers say in a report that stresses exercise and modest consumption of calcium-rich foods like tofu.

  LOW-CARB DIET SHEDS KILOS QUICKLY
Low-carbohydrate diets that cut out foods like bread and pasta work faster than low-fat diets, two new studies show.

  TRANS-FATS COME UNDER FIRE
Now there is a new reason to avoid a side of fries. The latest food culprits are called trans- fatty acids, or "trans-fats", and a campaign is being launched today to purge these molecules from the United States’ cakes, snacks and fast foods.

  LIQUORICE DRUG BOOSTS MEMORY IN ELDERLY
A compound based on a liquorice extract improves memory in older men, shows a new study.

  CALORIC SWEETENER USE GROWS WORLDWIDE; SOFT DRINKS ARE CHIEF CULPRIT, STUDY SHOWS.
Use of caloric sweeteners, including sugar, has grown markedly around the world over the past 40 years, according to a new University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill study.

  GOOD SUMMER NEWS - LESS FATTENING WATERMELON
A less fattening but no-less sweet variety of watermelon has been developed by a Hebrew University of Jerusalem agricultural scientist.

  GREEN TEAS CANCER-FIGHTING ALLURE BECOMES MORE POTENT
Green tea’s ability to fight cancer is even more potent and varied than scientists suspected, say researchers who have discovered that chemicals in green tea shut down one of the key molecules that tobacco relies upon to cause cancer. It’s a find that could help explain why people who drink green tea are less likely to develop cancer.

  GM VICTIM OF ’MYTHS AND LIES’: EXPERT
Myths and lies spread by the green movement about the consequences of genetic modification (GM) are preventing the use of new crops that could alleviate third-world famine, an international conference has been told in Melbourne.

  BREAD CRUST AND STUFFING RICH IN HEALTHY ANTIOXIDANTS
The best thing since sliced bread may be bread crust: Researchers in Germany have discovered that the crust is a rich source of antioxidants and may provide a much stronger health benefit than the rest of the bread.

  HONEY FIGHTS CHOLESTEROL AS WELL AS SOME FRUITS AND VEGETABLES
Don’t like spinach? Try honey. It contains about the same level of plaque-fighting antioxidants as the leafy green stuff. And according to research presented at the national meeting of the American Chemical Society, the world’s largest scientific society, the range of antioxidants in honey is comparable to that in apples, bananas, oranges and strawberries.



 

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