It's hard to argue
with the health benefits of a diet rich in vegetables and fruits:
Lower blood pressure; reduced risk of heart disease, stroke, and
probably some cancers, lower risk of eye and digestive problems; and
a mellowing effect on blood sugar that can help keep appetite in
check. Most people should aim for at least nine servings (at least
4½ cups) of vegetables and fruits a day, and potatoes don't count.
Go for a variety of kinds and colors of produce, to give your body
the mix of nutrients it needs.
So keep utilizing more fruits and vegetables as health is the best