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sherm80 posted:
I have recently heard that today's fruits, especially, have not the vitamin benefits, that fruits of years ago had, so to get the same benefit of "yesterday's fruits", you would need to eat more of that fruit, in other words, 3 of today's apples would equal what one apple of 30 yrs ago would be; apparently, due to the chemical alterations or chemicals used to make fruits larger, etc. Any truth to this??
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Elizabeth_WebMD_Staff responded:
Hi Sherm80,

What a great question! In a quick search, I could not find any information.

I am looking forward to hearing what Elaine has to say.

Elizabeth


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