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Did you eat your Veges today?

Having a diet high in fruits and vegetables may lower the risk of developing high blood pressure, certain heart diseases, and stroke. Diets high in fruits and vegetables also improve digestive health and help prevent certain cancers. Fruits and vegetables are good sources of vitamins and minerals and are an excellent source of dietary fiber. However, no single fruit or vegetable can provide all the nutrients we need so it is important to eat a variety and get plenty everyday. How do I choose? Plus- Vege Pizza recipe.

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