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Jatin Shah
Jatin Shah • 2 years ago

Eat vegetables, fruits, whole grains: A report compiled by the Union for International Cancer Control (UICC) followed globally talks about how plant-based diets, which are high in natural nutrients, could reduce cancer risk drastically. The report stresses on eating more vegetables, legumes, pulses and fruits contain vitamins, minerals and fibre. It recommends using whole grains (for bread and rotis) as opposed to the normal processed flour. Several experts in the medical fraternity also reco...

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