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  • 7 servings of fruits and vegetables per day associated with 33% lower risk of death over 7.7 years


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    Monday, May 21, 2018 8:07 am Email this article

    People who consumed seven (7) servings of fruits and vegetables per day were 33% less likely to die over the next 7.7 years than people eating less than one (1) serving per day according to a study from England.

    This protective effect rose to 42% after excluding deaths that occurred during the first year.

    “A robust inverse association exists between fruit and vegetable consumption and mortality, with benefits seen in up to 7+ portions daily,” the authors of the study concluded.

     

    Cancer Mortality

    25% lower risk of dying from cancer

    People who consumed seven (7) servings of fruits and vegetables per day were 25% less likely to die from cancer over the next 7.7 years than people eating less than one (1) serving per day according to a study from England.

    Cardiovascular Mortality

    31% lower risk of dying from cardiovascular disease

    And they were 31% less likely to die from cardiovascular disease over the next 7.7 years.

    Subjects

    Subjects: 65,226 people aged 35+ years in the 2001-2008 Health Surveys for England

    The study followed 65,226 people aged 35+ years in the 2001-2008 Health Surveys for England, and adjusted for age, sex, social class, education, BMI, alcohol consumption and physical activity.

    Reference

    Oyebode O, Gordon-Dseagu V, Walker A, and Mindell JS. Fruit and vegetable consumption and all-cause, cancer and CVD mortality: analysis of Health Survey for England data. J Epidemiol Community Health, 2014 Mar 31; Published Online First.

    Author’s Contact Info

    Dr Oyinlola Oyebode
    Health and Social Surveys Research Group
    Department of Epidemiology & Public Health
    UCL (University College London)
    1-19 Torrington Place
    London, WC1E 6BT, UK
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