@superman3821 @BadMedicalTakes You should read this one about the benefits of cooking vegetables. I wasn't aware there were actually benefits (aside from killing deadly bacteria). https://t.co/qfiLoRS8yu.
@FedupfatguyK @The_Nutrivore Asking the wrong questions here when it comes to oxalates. https://t.co/yZSLgAFE1q https://t.co/CZdTkEHhA1 https://t.co/9YcKHiKSas https://t.co/0pXBWoRJQP https://t.co/5w30l2B0KU https://t.co/R9kcqIIR1U https://t.co/Gwf9TpauYX
Dude, get on my level https://t.co/roApXKqCCB https://t.co/6FKwvYKMKy https://t.co/Pw4VkKBaiF https://t.co/eakuB1JJF4 https://t.co/DKFHG2RqbX https://t.co/z4gFIMdOE5 --phytates inhibit calcium oxalate formation
https://t.co/fPYJraxSkw Both raw and cooked vegetable consumption are inversely related to epithelial cancers, particularly those of the upper gastrointestinal tract, and possibly breast cancer; however,... https://t.co/fPYJraxSkw
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raw vegetables may be more protective than cooked vegetables for cancers http://t.co/S41LAQRlKJ
People with a Raw vegetable based diet has less asociation with cancer than with cooked vegetables diets, study says http://t.co/UyigAWO9Tv