August 2000 Issue
The Case for Fruits and Vegetables: A One-Two Punch Against Disease
With vegetable gardens in full bloom and the seasonal abundance of fruit upon us, summer provides a great opportunity to boost your intake of nutrient-packed produce. Government and health groups urge five to nine servings daily, because research shows that fruits and vegetables protect against cancer, heart disease, diabetes and more.
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