We often hear that we need to eat our "fruits and vegetables" to be healthy. But is that statement backed by science? You may be surprised to hear the answer. Don't get me wrong. Vegetables can absolutely be part of a healthy diet and most people should eat an array of veggies. But does this advice apply to everyone and is it a health requirement? Let's dig in to the science!
Table of contents:
0:23 About the DD guide on fruit and vegetable
1:45 Do we need fruits?
4:58 Do we need vegetables?
6:51 RCT on fruits and vegetable consumption
9:17 Correlation to diabetes and metabolic syndrome