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FOCUS ON WHOLE FRUITS: Add Some Fruit to Your Diet (FN1844)

Many people do not meet the current daily recommendations for fruits (or vegetables). On average, adults need at least 1½ cups of fruit per day.

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FOCUS ON WHOLE FRUITS: Serve More Fruit (FN1846)

Fruit is naturally sweet and provides a source of natural sugar to your diet.

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FOCUS ON WHOLE FRUITS: Why Eat Fruit? (FN1843)

Fruit is nutritious, colorful and flavorful. Most fruits are naturally low in fat, sodium and calories. Fruit provides many essential nutrients that often are underconsumed, including vitamins C and A and folate, as well as potassium and dietary fiber. Eating more fiber-rich, low-calorie fresh fruit in place of higher-calorie foods can help decrease your overall calorie intake.

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