20 Jan '12, 4pm

Plant compounds tied to fewer heart deaths: The bottom line is that getting more plant foods in your diet may ma...

Plant compounds tied to fewer heart deaths: The bottom line is that getting more plant foods in your diet may ma...

In general, experts recommend getting plenty of fruits and vegetables for the good of your overall health. The "DASH" diet recommended for lowering blood pressure and protecting your heart suggests four to five servings of fruit and the same number of vegetable servings each day.

Full article: http://www.mnn.com/food/healthy-eating/stories/plant-comp...

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Clif Bar Family Foundation Announces Grant for ...

triplepundit.com 19 Jan '12, 10am

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On the Horizon, Planes Powered by Plant Fuel

green.blogs.nytimes.com 17 Jan '12, 1pm

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Green Blog: On the Horizon, Planes Powered by P...

green.blogs.nytimes.com 17 Jan '12, 1pm

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Federal judge says Vermont can't shut down its only nuclear plant (and more energy news...)

Federal judge says Vermont can't shut down its ...

treehugger.com 20 Jan '12, 4pm

Nuclear power phase outs, good and bad news there; Obama backs fracking; and another look into whether or not wind turbine...

Getting Our @Vervecoffee On

Getting Our @Vervecoffee On

sprudge.com 21 Jan '12, 5pm

Ed. note: We’re crushing pretty hard on Verve these days, and recent visits to Santa Cruz proved swoon-worthy beyond our w...