KIDS THAT LEARN TO COOK, EAT LESS FAST FOOD & MORE VEGETABLES 

KIDS THAT LEARN TO COOK, EAT LESS FAST FOOD & MORE VEGETABLES 

 “A recent WHO/FAO expert consultation report on diet, nutrition and  prevention of chronic diseases, sets population nutrient goals and  recommends intake of a minimum of 400 g of fruits and vegetables per day  for the prevention of chronic diseases such as heart diseases, cancer,  diabetes and obesity. (The report specifies that the tubers, e.g.  potatoes, cassava, should not be included in fruits and vegetables.)” 

 (Source: Promoting fruit and vegetable consumption around the world, World Health Organization WHO.int)

 “A recent WHO/FAO expert consultation report on diet, nutrition and  prevention of chronic diseases, sets population nutrient goals and  recommends intake of a minimum of 400 g of fruits and vegetables per day  for the prevention of chronic diseases such as heart diseases, cancer,  diabetes and obesity. (The report specifies that the tubers, e.g.  potatoes, cassava, should not be included in fruits and vegetables.)” 

 (Source: Promoting fruit and vegetable consumption around the world, World Health Organization WHO.int)

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