Research Roundup

October 2008
Environmental Nutrition;Oct2008, Vol. 31 Issue 10, p8
The article offers several research findings related to human health. Washington University researchers of St. Louis, Montana reveal that older people engaging in endurance exercise may have hearts that act years younger. On the other hand, Minnesota's clinical researchers disclose on the significant role of fructose in weight gain. Furthermore, international researchers confirm that eating a diet rich in alpha-linolenic acid can greatly reduce the risk of heart attack.


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