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Tea may help prevent diabetes and cataracts
... levels that would be equivalent to less than five cups
of tea per day for a human, both teas significantly inhibited cataract formation relative to a control group which did not get tea, they say. The researchers found that both teas decreased glucose levels, which in turn affects other biochemical pathw...
University of Manchester launches new anti-MRSA product
...y radiused recesses to hold items such as drinking cups
and utensils. All parts of the cabinet the body, doors and drawer are, in fact, hollow cavities, which minimises both material usage (and therefore the cost) and weight. At only 12 kg, this presents the opportunity for each new patient to have a s...
Annals of Internal Medicine tip sheet for July 5, 2005
... amounts to about one 'soy burger' plus one to two cups
of soy milk. Many people may not be able to consume this much soy protein every day and no one knows if that amount is safe, the writers say. Both the study authors and the editorial writers cite some evidence of an association between soy protein a...
Coffee is number one source of antioxidants
... coffee, Vinson emphasizes moderation. "One to two cups
a day appear to be beneficial," he says. If you don't like coffee, consider drinking black tea, which is the second most consumed antioxidant source in the U.S. diet, Vinson says. Bananas, dry beans and corn placed third, fourth and fifth, respective...
Eating out often may add to kids' cardiovascular risk
...ice as many sodas and other soft drinks, about six cups
a week compared with 3.65 cups
a week for the children who ate out less often. Punch, sugary juice drinks and diet soda were count...
Drinking decaffeinated coffee may be harmful to heart health
...mized to three groups: one that drank three to six cups
of caffeinated coffee a day; another that drank three to six cups
of decaffeinated coffee a day; and a third, the control group, that drank no coffee. Some studies h...
Some foods and beverages could hold clues for future diabetes treatment
... levels that would be equivalent to less than five cups
of tea per day for a human, both teas significantly inhibited cataract formation relative to a control group which did not get tea, according to Joe Vinson, Ph.D., a chemist at the University of Scranton (Penn.) and lead author of the paper. Another ...
Coffee jump-starts short-term memory
... (mg) of caffeine (approximately the amount in two cups
of coffee) as well as placebo was randomized acros...mption per person averages 76 mg (equivalent to 1 cups
of coffee) worldwide and 238 mg (more than 4 cups
of coffee) in the United States....
Coffee and tea can reduce the risk of chronic liver disease
...er disease significantly by drinking more than two cups
of coffee or tea daily. This preventative effect ... intake was measured in cups, ranging from 0 to 16 cups
per day with a median of two cups
per day. Findings showed that those who consumed more than two cu...
Johns Hopkins study suggests link between caffeine dependence and family history of alcoholism
...er day, which is equivalent to about three 6-ounce cups
of coffee or five 16-ounce bottles of cola soft drink, according to the study. For the Hopkins-led study, a lifetime diagnosis of caffeine dependence was established using criteria listed in the fourth edition of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual...
Drinking tea associated with lower risk of ovarian cancer
CHICAGO Women who drank at least two cups
of tea a day had a lower risk of ovarian cancer th...k of ovarian cancer in women who drank two or more cups
of tea per day compared with non-drinkers," the authors report. "Each additional cup of tea per day...
Toward the future of cancer prevention
...dies, such as turmeric spice for breast cancer and cups
of green tea daily to repress oral cancer. M. D. Anderson is devoted to finding preemptive strikes - ways to block cancer from ever starting or from becoming clinically apparent. These efforts are being spearheaded by Scott Lippman, M. D., ch...
Caffeine limits blood flow to heart muscle during exercise
In healthy volunteers, the equivalent of two cups
of coffee reduced the body's ability to boost bloo... 200 milligrams of caffeine, the equivalent of two cups
of coffee. The caffeine dose did not affect blood flow within the heart muscle while the participan...
New cocoa evidence on why plant foods are beneficial to cardiovascular health
...antities of flavanol-rich cocoa (an average of 3-4 cups
daily), while those who live in the suburbs of Panama City consume very little cocoa, supporting the idea that cocoa flavanols may be responsible for the lower blood pressure in the island dwellers. Linking Dr. Hollenberg's observations to their own...
Heart-healthy compound in chocolate identified
...ge amounts of flavanol-rich cocoa -- three to four cups
per day. However, previous studies carried out by ...anama City on the mainland consume only about four cups
of cocoa per week and, interestingly, do not enjoy the same level of cardiovascular health. Through ...
Saliva test offers new window on caffeine/stress response
...ses of caffeine equivalent to drinking one to four cups
of coffee and an intense arithmetic test as stress...ose of caffeine 200 mg or about the amount in two cups
of coffee increased task performance and that doubling the amount of caffeine brings performance ba...
Coffee makes us more likely to say 'yes'
...ange juice with either caffeine (equivalent to two cups
of coffee) or no caffeine (placebo). The level of 'systematic processing of the message' was found to be increased by caffeine as shown by increased agreement with the arguments, greater message-related thinking and better argument recall. Lead autho...
Coffee intake linked to lower diabetes risk
...bout half of the women (14,224) drank one to three cups
of coffee per day; 2,875 drank more than six cups;...abetes risk factors, women who drank more than six cups
of any type of coffee per day were 22 percent less likely than those who drank no coffee to be diagn...
U of M research links coffee to lower diabetes risk
...stmenopausal women who daily consume more than six cups
of coffee, particularly decaffeinated, have a 33 percent lower risk of developing type 2 diabetes than women who do not drink coffee. Researchers examined coffee intake and diabetes risk in 28,812 postmenopausal women who did not have type 2 diabet...
Consumption of green tea associated with reduced mortality in Japanese adults
...n tea and more than half of them consume 3 or more cups
and day. The participants, who had no history of stroke, coronary heart disease, or cancer at baseline, were followed for up to 11 years (1995-2005) for all-cause death and for up to 7 years (1995-2001) for cause-specific death. Over 11 years of fo...