Health Tip: Eat Prunes
Researchers at the University of Oklahoma and Oklahoma State
University found that antioxidants in dried prunes increase bone
formation in animals, and therefore suggest that eating prunes could
benefit people at risk of osteoporosis.
Moreover, prunes have more protective antioxidants than any other
fruit that may help combat chronic diseases, including cancer, heart
disease, diabetes and dementia. Wrinkles?
Eat prunes! In a large study, elderly people who ate the most prunes,
apples, vegetables, olive oil, fish and legumes had fewer wrinkles and
less sun-damaged skin than those who ate lots of meat, butter and milk
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Prunes may build stronger bones.
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