A group of Mexican students and the Interdisciplinary Health Sciences Centre in Mexico City collaborated on a hibiscus ice cream that is said to prevent some of the effects of aging.
The ice cream features hibiscus, blackberry, mint and stevia as a sweetener, targeting people between the ages of 30 and 40. The healthy frozen dessert delivers numerous vitamins and minerals, 136 calories and 4.2 grams of protein in a 125ml serving.
As well as being developed to prevent premature aging, the hibiscus ice cream also boasts other benefits, such as the ability to speed up the process of digestion. Because the dessert contains mint, it is also said to be useful in getting rid of bad breath completely.
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Mexican Students Created a Dessert That Prevents Premature Aging
- By: Laura McQuarrieFeb 19, 2018