People Who Eat More Produce Less Likely to Die of Heart Disease

Eating just one more serving of fruits or vegetables daily cut the risk of dying from heart disease by 4% in an observational study of more than 300,000 Europeans in 10 countries. And people who ate the most produce-eight or more daily portions-were 22% less likely to die of heart disease than those eating two or fewer daily portions of fruits and vegetables
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