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Should We 'Eat a Rainbow'? An Umbrella Review of the Health Effects of Colorful Bioactive Pigments in Fruits and Vegetables

A diet that promotes the consumption of brightly-colored fruits and vegetables may be beneficial for our health.

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High fruit and vegetable intake is positively correlated with antioxidant status and cognitive performance in healthy subjects

Hopping on the plant-based diet train may help stave off cognitive decline in older adults.

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Cabbage and Sauerkraut Consumption in Adolescence and Adulthood and Breast Cancer Risk among US-Resident Polish Migrant Women

Increased intake of cabbage and sauerkraut may help to ward off breast cancer in women.

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Increased Intake of Vegetables and Fruits Improves Cognitive Function among Chinese Oldest Old: 10-Year Follow-Up Study

Upping the consumption of fruits and vegetables may help fight off cognitive decline in older adults.

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The influence of dietary vegetables and fruits on endometrial cancer risk: a meta-analysis of observational studies

A woman's love for fruits and vegetables may make her less likely to develop endometrial cancer.

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Associations of dietary isothiocyanate exposure from cruciferous vegetable consumption with recurrence and progression of non-muscle-invasive bladder cancer: findings from the Be-Well Study

Eating isothiocyanate-rich foods, such as cruciferous vegetables, may help halt the spread and re-occurrence of bladder cancer in men and women.

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Vegetable and Fruit Intake, Its Patterns, and Cognitive Function: Cross-Sectional Findings among Older Adults in Anhui, China

Greater intake of fruits and vegetables may have a beneficial impact on cognitive function in older men and women.

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High consumption of vegetable and fruit colour groups is inversely associated with the risk of colorectal cancer: a case-control study

Generous ingestion of colored fruits and vegetables may help shield an individual from colorectal cancer.

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Association of Vegetable Consumption with Stroke in China: A Longitudinal Study

Women who regular fill their plates with vegetables may boost their chances of avoiding a stroke attack.

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Specific botanical groups of fruit and vegetable consumption and liver cancer and chronic liver disease mortality: a prospective cohort study

Keen consumption of lettuce, carrots, legumes, sweet potatoes, and cruciferous vegetables may guard against the onset of liver cancer and mortality from the disease.

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Preserved vegetable consumption and its association with mortality among 440,415 people in the China Kadoorie Biobank

Lovers of preserved vegetables may have a high tendency to die prematurely from hemorrhagic stroke and esophageal cancer.

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Healthy dietary patterns, foods, and risk of glioma: A systematic review and meta-analysis of observational studies

Regular ingestion of fruits and vegetables may help curtail the development of glioma.

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