UK/CHINA: Chinese vegetables found to contain antioxidants
Common Chinese vegetables contain antioxidants with potential health benefits, researchers reported this week at the British Pharmaceutical Conference. The presence of antioxidants is one of the reasons why people are advised to eat more fruit and vegetables. However, although considerable attention has been paid to fruit and vegetables consumed in the Western diet, little work has been carried out on those used in other cultural contexts, Lucia Luk from King's College London reported.
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