Thursday, February 19, 2009

Long Life Secret


Break out the mints Italian researchers recently found that people who eat the most garlic and onions have the lowest incidence of several kinds of cancer. For example, having seven or more servings of onion a week cuts the risk of colon cancer by 56 percent, while eating lots of garlic lowers risk by 26 percent. Scientists aren't sure exactly what substances are responsible for the good effects--lab studies suggest that the sulfur compounds that give the vegetables their bite mAy also be cancer fighters. Don't like that bite? Caramelizing onions brings out their sweetness (use as topping for grilled meat).
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