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    April 13, 2010


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    Fruits and vegetables should be the main components of everyone's diets. Americans could do well by cutting down on meats, cheeses and soda and eating more of the good stuff. A good rule of thumb is that if it comes out of a box it's usually bad for you.

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    Fruits are rich in vitamin C. And, vitamin C is a very good antioxidant for human and helps body to better perform some functions such as protection of cells and maintaining healthy cells and aiding the absorption of iron into the body.

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