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We've referred to several studies throughout this book. If you're
curious and want to learn more, here are our sources:

Blueberries on the Brain. From "The Color Code" by James Joseph, Daniel Nadeau, MD, and Anne Underwood (Hyperion Books, 2002) p. 151-159.

Down with Zits. From "Archives of Dermatology," December 2002 (vol. 138:1584-1590).

Some Fats are Good for You. Information consolidated from "Eat, Drink and Be Healthy," by Walter C. Willett, MD (Fireside, 2001) and "The Omega-3 Connection," by Andrew L. Stoll, MD (Simon & Schuster, 2001). Also see "Dietary Reference Intakes for Trans Fatty Acids," a report from the Food and Nutrition Board of the Institute of Medicine (July 2002).

Broccoli Crusades Against Cancer. From "The Color Code" p. 125-134.

Instead of Meat. From "Diet for a New America" by John Robbins (HJ Kramer, 1987).

Herbs Pack Punch. From "The Color Code" p. 149.

Chocolate Benefits. From the "Journal of the American Dietetic Association," February 2003