Eat the Celery Stalk in Your Bloody Mary

Phillips, BarabaraA.
May 2010
Internal Medicine Alert;5/15/2010, Vol. 32 Issue 9, p66
The article presents research about the consequences of food preferences and lifestyle on health where a relationship between fruits and vegetable intake and cancer risk was founded.


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