Fruit, veggie supplements can help fill nutrition deficits

05/18/2010 | Miami Herald (free registration), The

Most Americans don't eat the recommended daily servings of vegetables, so supplements sometimes are needed, registered dietitian Sheah Rarback of the University of Miami writes. She says studies show powdered fruit and vegetable supplements can reduce markers for inflammation in the body that indicate an increased the risk for heart disease, diabetes and cancer.

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