High fruit and vegetable intake doesn't prevent weight gain

01/2/2012 | Reuters

Data on 374,000 adults in 10 European countries show that those who reported eating more fruits and vegetables were not less likely to gain weight over a five-year period than those with lower consumption. However, those with high intake who quit smoking during the study appeared to gain less weight. The findings appear in The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition.

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