News Briefs: Crucifers & Clogged Arteries; Dark Chocolate & Mood; Low-Cal Sweeteners & Abdominal Fat

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Crucifers May Help Prevent Clogged Arteries
Reduce your risk of atherosclerosis by increasing your intake of vegetables, and of crucifers in particular—vegetables that contain phytochemicals and other nutrients and protect cells

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