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Regular intake of fruits and vegetables may help thwart the development of Barrett's esophagus, a known risk factor for esophageal cancer.
Increased intake of fruits and vegetables may help to fend off renal (kidney) cancer.
Habitual consumption of fiber-rich foods, such fruits, vegetables, and whole grains, may lessen the risk of developing cardiovascular disease in women.
Adopting a dietary pattern characterized by high fruit and vegetable consumption may help to improve an individual's chances of avoiding coronary heart disease.
Metabolic syndrome is less likely to occur in individuals adhering to a high fruits and vegetable diet.
Greater intake of fruits and vegetables can help to prevent the onset of osteoporosis in postmenopausal women.
A high-fiber diet rich in fruits and vegetables may help to ward off depression.
The odds of avoiding depression may be stacked in favor of high consumers of fruits and vegetables.
The probability of developing non-gallstone-related acute pancreatitis is low among high consumers of fruits and vegetables.