We recently came across a new Penn State research that explains how one can encourage kids to eat more fruits and vegetables.
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From melted onions to ripe tomato dressings and kale in your pesto, here are some great tips to painlessly up your fruit and veg intakeThe latest missive on diet, brought to us this week from ...
Two studies, published in the journal BMJ, suggest that even a modest increase in the intake of fruits, vegetables and whole grains in our daily diet may help lowering the risk of type-2 diabetes.