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How to Eat More Fruits & Vegetables

By EatingWell Editors

Improve cholesterol and overall health by adding more fruits and vegetables.

Eat the Whole Darn Thing

A cup of fruit juice offers vitamins, minerals and other phytochemicals, but if you’re watching your weight, whole fruits are a smarter choice. They contain more fiber, which helps you feel full, and fewer calories. For example, one medium orange has 62 calories and 3 grams of fiber, while an eight-ounce glass of OJ has about 120 calories and no fiber.

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