“Jelly fruits are not as healthy as we might think.
Jelly fruit is a fruit that grows in watery, salty ponds, and it’s rich in sugar.
They also contain lots of nutrients like vitamins A and C and minerals.
It’s been shown to help prevent heart disease, diabetes, and cancer.”
– The American Heart Association, Jelly Fruit article “As we eat more fruits and vegetables, we are also eating more protein and micronutrients like iron and zinc.
But it’s a tough nut to crack because most of the fruits and veggies you eat are high in calories, and you’re not getting all of them from a single source.”
– Dr. John H. Katz, director of the University of Southern California Center for Dietetic Quality and Obesity, Nutrition and Health, and author of The Healthy Diet Plan, published by Harvard University Press.
“You can’t have all the fruits you want and expect to eat all the vitamins you need.”
– Julia Child, author of the new book The Healthy Food Plan, which includes the Healthy Diet Guide, Healthy Food Guide, and Healthy Foods for the Future.
“The best thing you can do to eat fruits and other healthy foods is to eat them all.”
– Michael Pollan, author and science writer.
“If you want to reduce the amount of sugar you eat, you can reduce your sugar consumption by eating a variety of fruits and veg.
Just make sure to get lots of fruits, vegetables, and whole grains, since they have many vitamins and minerals, which will help you live longer and healthier lives.”
– Susan B. Anthony, president of the American Heart Institute, and co-founder of the Human Nutrition Foundation.
“Fruits and vegetables have health benefits.
For example, a recent meta-analysis showed that eating lots of fruit and vegetables has a modest but statistically significant positive effect on waist circumference and risk of heart disease.”
– Anna Maria Renn, M.D., a professor of nutrition at Boston Children’s Hospital and the author of Eat More Fruit: The Ultimate Guide to Making Your Own Healthy Foods, published in May by Harvard Health Publications.
“Consuming a wide variety of healthy fruits and vegetable options can help reduce the risk of cancer and stroke.”
– Mark Bittman, author, Eat Your Way to Health and Health and Happiness: How to Achieve Them by Eating a Whole-Foods Approach.
“It’s hard to believe that fruit is so important for human health.
But when we look at what fruits and their health benefits are, we see that it’s not just fruits, but other fruits and whole vegetables.”
– Amy Myers, author; and Julie Foulkes, associate professor of human nutrition and director of nutrition and nutrition education at the University at Buffalo.
“Many fruits and juices contain antioxidants that have been shown in some studies to help protect against the development of certain types of cancer.
And if you eat plenty of whole-grain, fiber-rich whole-wheat breads and cereals, they can help to lower your risk of type 2 diabetes and other chronic diseases.
In addition, whole-foods sources of vitamin C like salmon, avocados, and spinach are high-fiber, low-calorie sources of protein.”
– John McDougall, author.
“People need to take more responsibility to make sure they’re getting the healthiest foods possible and eat them when they’re needed.”
– Elizabeth Miller, associate director of research at the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and the director of Nutrition for the National Institutes of Health.
“We know that fruits and berries can help lower your blood sugar and reduce your risk for heart disease and stroke, and that fruits have anti-oxidant, anti-inflammatory, antihistamine, and antioxidant properties.
And as you eat more fruit and vegetable choices, your body also produces more of these vitamins, minerals, and fiber.”
– Martha Nussbaum, M