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College of Agricultural, Consumer, and Environmental Sciences: "Study Shows Broccoli May Offer Protection Against Liver Cancer."
European Journal of Clinical Nutrition: "Identification of the 100 richest dietary sources of polyphenols."
Harvard Health Publications: "Abundance of fructose not good for the liver, heart," "The Big Benefits of Plain Water," "Food Sources of Vitamin E."
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National Cancer Institute: "Tea and Cancer Prevention."
National Kidney Foundation: "Top 10 Tips for Reducing Salt in Your Diet."
National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism: "Drinking Levels Defined."
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