Antioxidants: Superfood or Super-hyped?
Antioxidants By the Bunch
In search of a snack? Grab some grapes. According to a recent study, they may help prevent colon cancer, the third most common type in the United States. When patients with colon tumors consumed 80 mg of grape powder daily (the equivalent of half a glass of wine or three servings of grapes), biopsies showed a significant decrease in cancer activity, according to researchers at the University of California, Irvine. Supplements of resveratrol--the component in red grapes thought to have cancer-fighting power--didn't produce the same effect. Our advice: Skip the supplements and include grapes and other grape-based products, such as raisins and 100% grape juice, in your regular diet.
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