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    How many veggies, fruits and whole grains do you eat each day?
    Elizabeth_WebMD_Staff posted:
    We know eating a healthy balanced diet leads to better health and longer life, this new study discusses how women should load up on certain vegetables, fruits and whole grains to lower their chance of stroke.

    Diet Loaded With Veggies, Fruits, Whole Grains May Cut Stroke Risk

    Share your typical daily intake. After reading this will you "load up" on any extras?
    ~To eat is a necessity, to eat intelligently is an art.~ La Rochefoucauld
    Jis4Judy responded:
    Hi Elizabeth
    My daily food is usually loaded with fruits and vegies whole grains
    I have whole grain cereal at breakfast with berries and an orange ,fat free milk

    dinner a green vegie and maybe a sweet potato or reg potato a protein source I usually have a salad with dinner with mixed greens cukes tomatoes yellow peppers avacado. or black olives
    snacks are fruits like apples plums strawberrys blueberries
    and nuts
    Hugs Judy:)
    Rohvannyn replied to Jis4Judy's response:
    Lots of nuts, seeds, fruit such as apples, oranges, grapefruit and pomegranate, stir fry every night with green beans, broccoli, carrots, sunflower seeds, mushrooms, black sesame. Dried fruit for candy. Chicken breast and fish for protein. Not much else, actually. No grains or starchy vegetables such as potatoes, next to no sweetener of any kind other than fructose.

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