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Fast food could make it harder for women to get pregnant

Women who eat more fruit and less fast food may have an easier time conceiving children, according to a new study. Infertility The study defined infertility as taking more than 12 months to conceive (this definition has also been adopted by...
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Fruit juice NOT recommended for children, particularly infants

According to a recent policy statement from the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP), fruit juice offers no nutritional benefit to children under age 1 and should not be included in their diet. Infant nutrition According to Melvin B. Heyman,...
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Smoothies vs. Whole Fruit: the battle for your 5-9 servings a day

And the winner is…? In this corner: Smoothies! It seems that in every town and on every corner in China there’s a new (or even not so new) shop blending up your favorite fruits and veggies into “fresh” juices and smoothies....

Yellow Wins the Day in the Battle Against Cancer

Yellow-orange vegetables have been found to ward off bladder cancer in women. Beijing, Aug. 26 (WangYiSheng) — U.S. researchers have recently reported that an increased consumption of fruits and vegetables may reduce the risk of developing...