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Science behind dietary supplements: Do we really need to take them? - The Star Online

Mineral Deficiency - Thu, 2014-04-10 04:04

Science behind dietary supplements: Do we really need to take them?
The Star Online
Common deficiencies include vitamins D, K, and minerals such as magnesium. For instance, if you don't eat many vegetables, there's a high likelihood you could use some more vitamin K. There are two situations when a multivitamin is a good option: If ...

In Anchorage, Access to Fruits and Vegetables Remains Lowest - Gallup.com

Fruits and Vegetables - Thu, 2014-04-10 01:07

In Anchorage, Access to Fruits and Vegetables Remains Lowest
Gallup.com
WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Residents of Anchorage, Alaska (67.3%) were the least likely among 189 metro areas nationwide to report having easy access to affordable fruits and vegetables in 2012-2013, a spot it has held since Gallup-Healthways began tracking ...
In Bakersfield, access to fruits and vegetables among lowest in nationCentral Valley Business Times

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In Anchorage, Access to Fruits and Vegetables Remains Lowest - Gallup.com

Fruits and Vegetables - Thu, 2014-04-10 01:07

In Anchorage, Access to Fruits and Vegetables Remains Lowest
Gallup.com
WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Residents of Anchorage, Alaska (67.3%) were the least likely among 189 metro areas nationwide to report having easy access to affordable fruits and vegetables in 2012-2013, a spot it has held since Gallup-Healthways began tracking ...

For teen girls, fruits and veggies linked to lower risk of breast condition - Deccan Chronicle

Fruits and Vegetables - Thu, 2014-04-10 00:07

For teen girls, fruits and veggies linked to lower risk of breast condition
Deccan Chronicle
This picture is used for representation purpose only. Photo: www.visualphotos.com. Mumbai: Teenage girls who eat more colorful fruits and vegetables are less likely to develop benign breast disease as young adults, according to a new study. Benign ...

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Six tips to get your kids to eat fruit, veggies - The Tennessean

Fruits and Vegetables - Wed, 2014-04-09 22:26

Six tips to get your kids to eat fruit, veggies
The Tennessean
Let's face it: It is hard to get kids to eat a good variety of fruits and veggies. Your child might have a few favorites (my son's favorites are Granny Smith apples and strawberries), but the goal is to eat a variety of colorful fruits and veggies. It ...

Ten ways to eat more fruit and vegetables - The Globe and Mail

Fruits and Vegetables - Wed, 2014-04-09 10:56

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Ten ways to eat more fruit and vegetables
The Globe and Mail
Go for seven. Seven servings of fruits and vegetables a day. And put the emphasis on vegetables to reduce your risk of dying from heart attack, stroke or cancer. You've heard it before, eating more fruits and vegetables is linked to better health ...
To live longer, eat 7 servings of fruits and vegetables per dayPLoS Blogs (blog)
Eating seven or more fruits and veggies a day reduces death riskFreshPlaza
UK: Sainsbury's vegetable sales jump on UCL recommendationFresh Fruit Portal

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Fruits and Vegetables: This Is What Your Grandma Never Taught You - Huffington Post (blog)

Fruits and Vegetables - Wed, 2014-04-09 10:52

Fruits and Vegetables: This Is What Your Grandma Never Taught You
Huffington Post (blog)
Fruits and vegetables' vibrant colors tell the story of their "super powers." You see, it's their "phytonutrients," or plant nutrients, that help us fight disease and stay stronger for longer. Learn what the phytonutrients do -- and how much of each ...

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