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Let’s face it, guys are always going to want great sex, look good and feel great. But don’t forget eating and sleeping well. So important!
Fruits and veggies that are orange and green are rich in alpha-carotene. Recent studies have linked high blood levels of alpha-carotene to reduced risk of cancers, heart disease and Alzheimer’s. That’s because they’re rich in antioxidants, fighting free radicals � the molecules that damage DNA, proteins and fats in cells � and reduce these leading causes of death.
In a 14 year study, recently published in the Archives of Internal Medicine, researchers studied the link between alpha-carotene blood levels and mortality in 15,318 adults aged 20 and older. Those with higher alpha-carotene levels had a 39% lower risk of dying from cancer, cardiovascular disease and similar killers of adults.
The effect of alpha-carotene was particularly strong against cancers of the upper digestive tract (esophagus, larynx and pharynx), type 2 diabetes and lower respiratory disease.
Researchers theorize that alpha-carotenes are better than beta-carotenes at blocking growth of cancer cells in the skin, brain and liver.
They also discovered that yellow-orange and dark green vegetables are better at fighting lung cancer than all other vegetables. Sources of alpha-carotene include carrots, carrot juice, collard greens, pumpkin, vegetable soup, vegetable juice and tangerines.
Beta-carotenes, like their alpha counterparts, both belong to the carotenoid family, and while they’re not as powerful against cancer as alpha-carotenes, they’re rich in vitamin A and should be a staple in any healthy diet.
Suffice to say, eat your fruits and vegetables, like your parents told you as a kid!