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7 Portions of Fruits and Vegetables a day keep you away from Obesity

7 Portions of Fruits and Vegetables a day keep you away from Obesity


It is time to change your eating habits; less consumption of junk food and more consumption of fruits and vegetables, is compulsory for a physical and mental healthy life. Official guidance
reveals the fact that five portions of vegetables and food are essential but recently the health experts recommended that it must be seven to ten. In addition, it has also been reported that people only intake 3.9 portions of fruits and vegetables or even the figure fallen 2.9, which is totally unacceptable. Health experts suggested raising the prices of junk food and cutting down the prices of fruits and vegetables so that the people have easy access to healthy food. Lack of vegetables and fruits has serious impacts on the health of people giving rise to type 2 diabetes, heart disease and obesity. Defra, the Government’s food and farming department has revealed the results in updated version of Food Statistics pocket book 2013; over 30% increase in rates of fruits and vegetables has been analyzed since 2007 and the poor families spend 12% less on vegetables and 18% less on meat since 2007. These mounting prices can have the hilarious effects on the health of the nations.

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