Abundant fruits of summer offer good nutrition, few calories, no fat

Zupke, Mary Payne
July 1992
Environmental Nutrition;Jul92, Vol. 15 Issue 7, p5
Focuses on the abundance of delicious, nutritious fruits of summer and the advantages of their consumption. Nutritionists' recommendations to decrease risk of cancer; Good sources of fiber; Citrus fruits contain potassium and vitamin C; Melons contain vitamins A, B and C; Remember to wash fruits thoroughly; Ripening tricks; Detailed nutrient chart included.


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