Word on the Street: Fruits and vegetables

A new study says that it is vital to eat seven servings of fruit and vegetables a day. Researchers claim that people who eat the

BROOKLYN - A new study says that it is vital to eat seven servings of fruit and vegetables a day.

Researchers claim that people who eat the recommended amount cut their risk of death from all causes by 42 percent.

Most residents agree that eating fruits and vegetables will keep you healthier.  

"If you're eating nutritious food all the time, then you will live longer because you're not putting as many weird chemicals in your body," said one resident.

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