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(CNN)   Flavonoids: the silent savior   (cnn.com) divider line
    More: PSA, Brain, Nutrition, Cognition, lower risk of cognitive decline, Fruit, Human brain, study author Dr. Walter Willett, cognitive decline  
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2021-07-29 9:40:39 AM  
This just in: regularly eating fresh fruits and vegetables and drinking green tea is good for your health, Farkers not amused.
 
2021-07-29 9:56:08 AM  
Who on earth thought it was necessary to convert the milligram amounts in the article to ounces? You can bet if somebody doesn't know what milligrams are, in the context of nutrients, the fact that it's also 0.003 or 0.006 ounces means absolutely nothing to them.
I'm guessing it's a blanket policy to include conversions in every single article that reports metric units and that's just so many layers of idiotic.

Still gonna go eat some strawberries when I get home, though.
 
2021-07-29 10:38:05 AM  
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2021-07-29 12:54:56 PM  

Anoria: Who on earth thought it was necessary to convert the milligram amounts in the article to ounces? You can bet if somebody doesn't know what milligrams are, in the context of nutrients, the fact that it's also 0.003 or 0.006 ounces means absolutely nothing to them.
I'm guessing it's a blanket policy to include conversions in every single article that reports metric units and that's just so many layers of idiotic.

Still gonna go eat some strawberries when I get home, though.


Strawberry Fields Forever
 
2021-07-29 12:58:30 PM  
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2021-07-29 5:54:10 PM  
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2021-07-29 10:34:43 PM  
Eating a plate full of colorful foods ...

ooh, I like my steak pretty red,

...like strawberries and peppers, which include flavonoids,

oh.
 
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