thumb_5E6822C7B45A4EC39A4EE01F9CB164CETwo studies suggest a link between AGEs (advanced glycation end-products) and the development of atherosclerosis – the buildup of fats, cholesterol and other substances in and on the artery walls.

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Slow CookerEating a low-AGE diet doesn’t have to be boring or unsatisfying, and the Seattle Times did its part to demonstrate this with an article containing healthy recipes that can be prepared with a slow cooker.

The article is titled “Yummy slow-cooker recipes promote health, too.” It was written by Carrie Dennett, a registered dietitian nutritionist.

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Role of advanced glycation end products in hypertension and cardiovascular risk: human studies. Reactive derivatives of nonenzymatic glucose-protein condensation reactions, as well as lipids and nucleic acids exposed to reducing sugars, form a heterogeneous group of irreversible adducts called “advanced glycation endproducts” (AGEs).

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