from:e.uuuwell.com 2018-4-16 19:30
a new harvard university study found that cruciferous vegetables, such as broccoli (commonly known as cauliflower), can prevent bladder cancer. male bladder cancer than women
broccoli, a new harvard university study found that cruciferous vegetables such as broccoli (commonly known as cauliflower), can prevent bladder cancer. men than women, prevalence of bladder cancer two to three times. after cooking the tomatoes harvard university study found that consumption of tomatoes a week 2 to 4 times the risk of men suffering from prostate cancer by 35%. however, no such protective effect of raw tomatoes, lycopene, cooking with some of the fatty substances can help the body to absorb. two to three oysters oysters to meet the needs of the body of zinc a day. zinc is the male reproductive system to maintain the normal function of important elements. peanut butter both men and women, heart disease is the first killer, but men tend to become earlier victim of the disease. the researchers predicted that the peanut diet than the american heart association recommends eating more conducive to reducing risk of heart disease. watermelon before the age of 55, more men than women more susceptible to hypertension. studies have shown that foods rich in potassium can reduce blood pressure and stroke. a large piece of watermelon, 664 mg potassium, the potassium content of more than one banana and a glass of orange juice.