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WINSTON-SALEM, N.C., Nov. 5, 2010 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Add beets to the list of superfoods vital to your diet: A new study suggests that a daily dose of beet juice boosts blood flow to the brain, keeping your mind sharp and potentially creating a safeguard against dementia as you age.
Researchers for the first time have shown that drinking beet juice can increase blood flow to the brain in older adults â€“ a finding that could hold great potential for combating the progression of dementia.
COFFEYVILLE, Kan., Oct.
Tile drainage in the Mississippi Basin is one of the great advances of the 19th and 20th centuries, allowing highly productive agriculture in what was once land too wet to farm.
Elevated concentrations of nitrogen and phosphorus, nutrients that can negatively impact aquatic ecosystems and human health, have remained the same or increased in many streams and aquifers across the Nation since the early 1990â€™s.
IRVINE, Calif., Sept.
Fertilizer chemicals may pose a bigger hazard to the environment â€“ specifically to creatures that live in water â€“ than originally foreseen.
By planting switchgrass and using certain agronomic practices, farmers can significantly reduce the amount of nitrogen and nitrates that leach into the soil.
When fire burns down a forest, nitrate levels go up, and the effects are persistent.
The nitrate content of beetroot juice is the underlying cause of its blood pressure lowering benefits, research from Queen Mary University of London revealed Monday.
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