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Special Reports March 2010 Issue

Are AGEs in Your Food Aging You?
Cook low, slow and moist to reduce compounds linked to aging and chronic disease.

Could poaching that chicken breast instead of broiling it help reduce your risk of heart disease and diabetes? Does how you prepare tonight’s pot roast really affect your arthritis symptoms or the dangerous complications of diabetes? And can opting for a homemade salad rather than a takeout burger and fries actually protect against the effects of aging?

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