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Luten and Zeaxanthin
Recent discoveries show yellow corn to be rich in two carotenoids, lutein and zeaxanthin. These carotenoids are found to help reduce the risk of eye disease due to aging, including cataracts and macular degeneration.
Reconsider Canned Corn
"The heat processing used to prepare canned corn actually boosts levels of antioxidants and other healthful phythochemicals in sweet corn according to new research."
Onions contain natural phytochemicals. Recent research indicated that phytochemicals may help reduce the risk of some cancers and cardiovascular disorders.
Onions also contain the antioxidant cuercetin. The jury is still out on cuercetin, but research indicated that this compound may have anti-cancer effects, help prevent heart disease and lower the risk of certain respiratory diseases.
Onions may also be beneficial in the prevention of gastric ulcers, hardening of the arteries, strokes, and reduce the risk of osteoporosis.
The perfect snack food, this gem contains more protein, iron and fiber than any other munchie. It has no preservatives or additives. Depending upon the size of the flake, a cup of unbuttered popcorn has only 25 to 55 calories. Some dentists recommend snacking on popcorn as it cleans your teeth and massages your gums.