November 2000 Issue
A high intake of fruits and vegetables was strongly linked to fewer heart attacks, as well as less cardiovascular disease overall in the Women’s Health study, a five-year study of nearly 40,000 females. A high intake of all types of fruits and vegetables, except potatoes, appeared to reduce risk.
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