Eating fruits, veggies when young keeps cardiologist away

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New Delhi, Oct 28 (ANI): A new research has found that if one eats more fruits and vegetables when they are younger, then it results into a healthier heart years later.The research conducted by American Heart Association explained that eating more fruits and vegetables as young adults was associated with less calcified coronary artery plaque 20 years later.The researchers examined 2,506 participants based on their daily consumption of fruits and vegetables and observed that women consumed an average of nearly nine servings of daily fruits and vegetables, whereas men averaged more than seven daily servings.
The lead author of the study, said that people shouldn’t assume that they can wait until they’re older to eat healthy as what one eats as a young adult may be as important as what he/she eat as an older adult.So, this proves that it is not a myth when people suggest eating a fruit a day to keep diseases and doctors at bay.

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