Bread crusts could prevent cancer

first_imgScientists have discovered that regular consumption of bread, and particularly bread crusts, could help prevent bowel cancer.According to a report in The Daily Mail, the chemical reaction that produces the crust during baking also triggers the release of cancer-preventing antioxidants called pronyl-lysine. The findings, published in the European Journal of Cancer Prevention, showed that the chemical’s levels were eight times higher in the crust than in the crumb. Pronyl-lysine is claimed to halt the development of pre-cancerous lesions in the colon. More research was needed before a dosage amount could be quantified, but the research pointed to a recommended daily intake of the chemical. Bowel tumours are the third most prevalent cancer in Britain. For the full story see here.last_img read more

Lack of new stock drives sales

first_img… large bright bathrooms … The Garden Terraces is being constructed on its namesake street, and will consist of 26 one, two and three bedroom apartments. Just nine apartments remain on the market, with a two-bedroom unit starting from $470,000. … and comfy living spaces leading on to the balconyA key feature of the project is its masonry facade, which has been designed to create privacy but allow for the natural flow of sunlight and cool breezes.Each apartment has an open plan kitchen and living spaces, spacious, shaded balconies, large bathrooms and ensuites, wool blend carpets, timber detailing and quality appliances.Prior to construction, local investors were the dominant off-the-plan buyers but with trucks now on the ground, Mr Parker said first homebuyers and downsizers were making the majority of inquiries. Just 5km from the CBD, the Garden Terraces is within easy reach of amenities via major arterial roads and public transport.Mr Parker said the Newmarket train station had been given a facelift and Newmarket Village redeveloped to now include major retailers, specialty stores, dining and cinemas. Garden Terraces, NewmarketA lack of new homes in Newmarket has proven to be one developer’s dream, with two thirds of its latest project snapped up before construction had even started.Brisbane-based Your Style Homes, which made the move to Queensland from Victoria, is constructing The Garden Terraces, a 26 terrace home project. It comes after the completion of its nearby Eve on Erneton development, which consists of 12 apartments.center_img Garden Terraces, Newmarket, will consist of 26 terrace homesYour Style Homes managing director Dean Parker said they operated in the sought-after “middle ring” and had another upcoming project in Newmarket, another in Salisbury and one in Stafford.More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus17 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market17 hours agoThere will be spacious bedrooms …“When we finished Eve last year, it was the only new and completed apartment project in the suburb for several years. Again this one (The Garden Terraces) is the only new project currently under construction in Newmarket.”last_img read more