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Colorful Produce Could Help Counter "Middle-Age Spread"

Fruits and vegetables high in flavonoids associated with less weight gain.

June 2016 — Substituting colorful fruits and vegetables such as berries, peaches and peppers into your diet could help combat the gradual weight gain with age sometimes referred to as "middle-age spread." A large new study, published in BMJ, links greater consumption of foods high in plant pigments called flavonoids to less weight gain over time.

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