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Eating more fruit lowers risk of heart disease, strokes
Eating more fruit and vegetables can lower the risk of heart disease, strokes and blockages in leg arteries, scientists say.
Eat 10 fruit and veg a day for a longer life
The ‘five a day’ rule should be doubled to 10 pieces of fruit and vegetables, a major study has said as it found that increasing consumption dramatically decreases the chance of disease.
Why you should never buy bagged greens
It's hard to beat the convenience of prewashed, prepackaged greens — rip open the bag, flip it over and you have an instant plateful of vitamins and roughage. But considering the number of reports of deadly diseases lurking amid the leaves, the product's possible environmental toll, and the fact that you're supposed to wash them anyway (making them that much less convenient), you should probably grab that whole head of lettuce instead.

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