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Whether specific foods are actually healthier is debatable, but when it comes to the abundance of nutrients such as lycopene, conclusive measurements can be made. Cooked sauce also had the effect of transforming the lycopene present in the tomato, which helped preserve its integrity through the digestive process, allowing more of this important ...


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Yes, having too little saturated fat will cause health issues. There is no need for most in a Western diet to increase it though. There are several papers that can be found similar to the one below. Insufficient animal products as being the a culprit as to why Japanese suffer strokes dis-proportionally higher than those in other populations with markedly ...


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