When to plant vegetables, fruits and flowers
When to plant vegetables, fruits and flowers. Published Friday, April 4, 2014, at 12 a.m.. comments; Email · Print · Reprints · Tweet. close x. Photos. « 1 of 1. » GARDENING2. HIGGINS/ Washington Post. This community garden vegetable plot illustrates ...
Fruits and veggies are the new fast food (with video)
Windset's booth was one of more than 400 at the Vancouver Trade and Convention Centre that attracted in excess of 4,000 delegates to see and taste what's new in the world of fruits and vegetables, as well as how to package and display those fruits and ...
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Fruits and Vegetables Can Cut Cancer Risk
A new study suggests people who eat seven servings of fruit and veggies a day cut their risk of dying from those factors by 42 percent; however, some say seven servings isn't realistic for them. "I feel good about fitting two in during the day, I think ...
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Tired of regular fruits and vegetables? Try these alternatives
Everyone knows fruits and vegetables should be a part of a well-rounded diet, but some people just can't stand adding plant products to their regular meal program. This reluctance can lead to some unintended health consequences, so forcing down some ...
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Many kids throw away fruits and veggies
Making fruits or vegetables a mandatory part of school lunches may be getting a few more kids to eat produce, but it's also getting a lot more kids to throw it away. A recent study of lunchrooms at 18 elementary schools revealed that, when schools ...
Schoolkids toss up to 70 percent of fruits, vegetablesFreshPlaza
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5 Fruits and Veggies a Day? Try at Least 7 to Stay Healthy for Longer
New research shows that, while getting your five fruits and vegetables a day is still recommended, seven or more servings of fruit and veggies can help keep you healthier for longer. The study, conducted in the UK by researchers at the University ...