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Increased intake of dietary flavonoids from fruits and vegetables may help halt the onset of colorectal cancer.
Habitual consumption of fruits and vegetables may help to fend off cardiovascular diseases.
Habitual consumption of fruits and vegetables may help slash an individual's risk of developing osteoporosis.
Osteoporotic hip fracture is less likely to occur in elderly men and women on diets high in fruits and vegetables.
High dietary ingestion of fruits and vegetables may be beneficial in the prevention of coronary heart disease.
The tendency of developing coronary heart disease is low in individuals who frequently consumed generous portions of fruits and vegetables, especially green leafy vegetables and vitamin C-containing fruits and vegetables.
A significant reduction in hypertension risk is associated with increased consumption of fruits and vegetables.
Habitual consumption of fruits and vegetables may contribute positively to the prevention of stomach (gastric) cancer.
Individuals who adhere to a western dietary pattern may have a higher tendency of developing pancreatic cancer than their counterparts on diets loaded with fruits, vitamins, vegetables, and fiber.
Adequate intake of fruits and vegetables may help guard against the development of asthma and wheezing in children and adults.
Low type 2 diabetes risk is associated with increased consumption of fruits and vegetables, particularly blueberries, cruciferous vegetables, yellow vegetables, green leafy vegetables, and their fiber.