Best New Year’s Resolutions

This year just do it – make a commitment to eat more fruits and veggies.  The evidence continues to mount on the numerous health benefits of produce.  The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition recently reported findings that higher fruit and vegetable intake reduced risk of cardiovascular disease, stroke and enhanced bone health.  Regular fruit and veggie eaters were also less likely to be obese,...

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