Fruits and Vegetables: True or False?

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I know the following True/False questions are a bit elementary, but humor me and quickly answer…I’m assuming you’ll do quite well…True and false question with a checkmark

True or False…Eating fresh fruits and vegetables is good for our health.

True or False…A placebo controlled, randomized, double-blind study is needed to verify the specific nutrition value of a food item (i.e. specific fruit or vegetable) before a person should consider eating that specific food item for health benefits.

True or False…Obtaining a prescription from a medical provider for eating fresh vegetables and fruit is a good idea, just to be safe.


Why the questions? GreenMedInfo’s Sayer Ji explains it well in his quote below:

“Have we really come to the point where the commonsense consumption of fruits and vegetables in the prevention of disease can so matter-of-factly be called into question? Do we really need randomized, double-blind and placebo controlled clinical trials to prove beyond a shadow of a…

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