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Fruit and vegetables - more is better

  1. It has been known for a long time that eating fruit and vegetables is healthy. It appears to be even healthier than previously thought, according to new research. So healthy, in fact, that more is better, especially when it comes to fresh vegetables. Lots of vegetables, along with two servings of fruit a day, have a very beneficial effect on health, according to University College London.

UCL Research

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Dried fruit and canned fruit

  1. Dried fruits such as dried cranberries, banana, apricot, figs and the like should only be eaten occasionally. Then no more than a tablespoon at a time. Preferably not canned fruit with syrup.

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