What to Eat & Why

Another day, another report on how a certain diet wards off certain diseases/conditions; this time, it's diets high in flavonoids - a kind of antioxidant - reducing heart disease. My interest here isn't in the fact that contary results that came out last month that purportedly refuted the worth of antioxidants - that sort of back/forth on research, especially dietary research, iswellcommented on elsewhere.

My question is: Why doesn't someone come up with a spreadsheet or database of all the possible benefits of various nutritional components? It wouldn't take too much work to compile, and would be a great resource; link-bait if there ever was such a thing. Me, I'm too busy, but someone should...

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