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Fruit and vegetables

Creator:

safefood

Subject Keywords: Healthy eating
Topic: Obesity
Obesity
Catalogue: Research and Evaluation
Report
Type: Report
Region: All-island
Description:

You’ve probably noticed that people are getting more and more into their health these days: going to the gym, buying fancy ‘functional foods’ packed with extra vitamins, calcium, and so on. That’s all great, but what people may not realise is that some of the most ordinary foods are actually quite extraordinary. Genuine ‘superfoods’, in fact.

Fruit and vegetables are superfoods. Why? Because they contain awhole lot of different vitamins and minerals, they’re low in fat and calories and also have some fibre. All that, and flavour and colour for your meals as well.

Date:

10/11/2011

DOI:

10.14655/105129-107370

Rights: © safefood
Suggested citation:

safefood. (2011) Fruit and vegetables [Online]. Available from: http://publichealthwell.ie/node/107370 [Accessed: 22nd October 2019].

  

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