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There's nothing like a good cup of hot tea on a cold winter day. But hot tea offers many more benefits for your health. This week Grace O focuses on tea's powerful antioxidants that help our hearts, protect against cancer, and enhance weight loss. FoodTrients also reports on the World Congress on Anti-Aging and Regenerative Medicine, and we are giving away another Crock-Pot.


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Hot Tea: Steamy Love Story 

By Grace O

Serving and enjoying hot tea is a daily ritual in many countries. Most Brits wouldn't dream of skipping their 4 p.m. cuppa. Good for them, because black tea contains the FoodTrient catechins, as well as flavonoids, theaflavins, and magnesium. These antioxidants help reduce the risk of heart disease and heart attack by lowering cholesterol and triglycerides.They protect against certain cancers, help prevent dental cavities, and enhance weight loss by stimulating metabolism. Read More

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We have another Crock-Pot to give away! Congratulations to our last winner, Robin Klemm. All Robin did was sign up for the newsletter and she won a free slow cooker. You can do the same! Just sign up for our newsletter and you will be entered to win. If you are already a subscriber, your name goes back in the drawing for a second chance to win this great gift! Gather the family 'round the dinner table with help from this programmable Crock-Pot slow cooker.  The 6 1/2 quart model is an ideal size when cooking for up to eight or nine people. The unit's roomy interior offers enough space to accommodate a 7-pound roast or a large batch of butternut squash soup... Read More 

World Congress Convenes on Anti-Aging Medicine  
By FoodTrients             

Last month the American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine (www.a4m.com) held its 20th Annual World Congress on Anti-Aging and Regenerative Medicine in Las Vegas...Read More 

A Far-East Flair  
Tofu and Vegetable Stir-Fry
Tofu is an excellent alternative to meat, and this stir-fry will provide you with plenty of health-boosting vegetables. Broccoli is a good source of lutein, a hedge against macular degeneration. Cauliflower and kale have phytonutrients that protect against cancer.
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Does Your Diet Include the Best Anti-Inflammatory Foods?

By Dr. Mark Rosenberg 

The New Year is just beginning and many of you have resolved to make some healthy changes in your life.  Some of you may want to lose a few pounds, or plan to get more exercise, which are both important... Read More 

Medical Tests for People over 50

By Dr. Mark Rosenberg

It's a New Year, and many of my patients are coming in for their annual check-ups. Maybe you're scheduled to visit your doctor for your annual physical as well. I always like to remind my patients of the old Ben Franklin adage --"an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure." Nothing could be truer where your health is concerned.

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January 16, 2013  


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