Research Suggests People Who Make Vegetable Juice Part of A Daily Diet May Be More Likely To Get
Recommended Daily Servings
CHICAGO, October 24, 2008 - Making vegetable juice a daily habit could be a small step that can lead to big changes in meeting daily vegetable recommendations, according to a new study being presented by researchers from the University of California-Davis this week at the American Dietetic Association annual conference1. With seven out of 10 adults falling short of the daily recommended vegetable intake as put forth by the U.S. Dietary Guidelines, researchers studied whether drinking ...
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