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The Now in Women’s Health For a long time, modern farming methods have drawn a lot of attention because of its drawbacks and benefits. It is because of modern farming methods where increase in crop yield has occurred; however, there are some people that claim that the nutrient content is greatly depleted by it. It started off in the 1950s where it was shown that there was a great increase in the average yield of bushels per acre. There was an increase of 342% in corn. Meanwhile, wheat increased to 290% while alfalfa and soy beans to 170%. The same gains in crop yield have also happened in almost every corner of the world. Even so, no matter how great the increase has been in crop yield for the previous fifty years, studies have also shown major decline in nutrient content. Based on a review from recent published data, food of today has also been shown to have decreased values of vitamins, minerals, and other types of nutrients.
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What does less value versus greater availability imply then?
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With how advanced the industrial industry has become, there is no doubt why there is an increase in the availability of fruits and vegetables. If you want it badly at anytime, then you can always have it anytime. However, even if their availability has increased, vegetable and fruit consumption has not increased at all. Truly, in many subpopulations, it has greatly decreased. It is because of this and the decrease in nutrient content levels that has increased the concern of health care providers most especially that they will be influencing the health of the people like women’s health. The advantages of consuming tea, vegetables, and fruits when it comes to women’s health. The connection between tea consumption and ovarian cancer risk A follow-up study within 15 years of 61,000 women that have ages from 40 to 76 was done by Swedish researchers. Such a study has proven that the chances of getting ovarian cancer are greatly decreased for those women who regularly drink tea. Women who drank tea of an average of one cup a day showed 18% of reduced ovarian cancer risk. With one or more cups in a day, there was 24% risk reduction. In addition, when two or more cups of tea are consumed in a day, then there is 46% risk reduction. Such results have proven and have led to the conclusion that indeed tea is one way of reducing a number of women’s risk of getting ovarian cancer. The connection between women’s health and soy consumption: Another study that was conducted for women’s health show that soy has been shown to protect against the chances of getting breast cancer for postmenopausal women. In addition, there were some researchers who have proven that taking in soy protein has reduced the chances of postmenopausal women of getting coronary heart disease.