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Forget five a day, eat 10 portions of fruit and veg to cut risk of early death
by Sarah Boseley, Health editor
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27 November 2017
On 27 November 2017 The Guardian reported:
Scientists say even just 2.5 portions daily can lower chance of heart disease, stroke, cancer, and premature death. Five portions of fruit and vegetables a day is good for you, but 10 is much better and could prevent up to 7.8 million premature deaths worldwide every year, say scientists.
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The findings of the study led by Imperial College London .... [found that a] daily intake of even 200g, or two and a half standard 80g portions, is associated with a 16 per cent reduced risk of heart disease, an 18 per cent reduced risk of stroke, a 13 per cent reduced risk of cardiovascular disease, 4 per cent reduced risk of cancer, and a 15 per cent reduction in the risk of premature death.
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