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Fruit and Vegetable Intakes and Asthma in the E3N Study

Following a high vegetable diet rich in tomatoes, carrots, and leafy vegetables may lower a woman's risk of developing asthma.

This study clarified the association between the intake of fruits and vegetables and the occurrence of asthma in women. Researchers assessed dietary and health data obtained from over 68,000 French women. 

The team of investigators discovered that asthma was less likely to occur among women on diets high in vegetables, such as tomatoes, carrots, and leafy vegetables. This study concluded that adopting a diet packed with vegetables, such as carrots, tomatoes, and green leafy vegetables may help decrease the rate of occurrence of asthma in women.

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