You can reduce the risk of coronary heart disease!
Did you know most Australians eat only about half the recommended quantity of vegetables per day?
There is strong evidence that for each serve of vegetables eaten each day the risk of coronary heart disease is reduced even further! Also, by eating vegetables, especially colourful vegetables, there is a reduced risk of stroke and weight gain.
Vegetables, including legumes/beans are nutrient dense, low in kilojoules, and are a good source of minerals and vitamins (such as magnesium, vitamin C and folate), dietary fibre and a range of phytochemicals including carotenoids.
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