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Fruits & Vegetables


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Business Listing   Cole's Super Saver - Bowling Green, KY - Phone: 1 (270) 597-3583


Business Listing   Country Mill - Bowling Green, KY - Phone: 1 (270) 781-7988


Business Listing   Diemer Jimmy Plano Road Super Market - Bowling Green, KY - Phone: 1 (270) 781-2234


Business Listing   Diemer's D & F Super Market - Bowling Green, KY - Phone: 1 (270) 842-9449


Business Listing   Drake Country Store - Bowling Green, KY - Phone: 1 (270) 842-1041


Business Listing   Hadley One Stop Inc - Bowling Green, KY - Phone: 1 (270) 796-8513


Business Listing   Houchens Industries - Bowling Green, KY - Phone: 1 (270) 843-3252


Business Listing   Houchens Markes Number 3 - Bowling Green, KY - Phone: 1 (270) 842-2690


Business Listing   Houchens Markets - Bowling Green, KY - Phone: 1 (270) 783-0240


Business Listing   Houchens Markets No 32 - Bowling Green, KY - Phone: 1 (270) 842-6140


Business Listing   Houchens Markets No 34 - Bowling Green, KY - Phone: 1 (270) 782-1213


Business Listing   Houchens Markets No 44 - Bowling Green, KY - Phone: 1 (270) 842-8146


Business Listing   Houchens Warehousing - Bowling Green, KY - Phone: 1 (270) 781-4901


Business Listing   International Food Store - Bowling Green, KY - Phone: 1 (270) 796-9391


Business Listing   Mediteran - Bowling Green, KY - Phone: 1 (270) 393-0380


Business Listing   Plano Store - Bowling Green, KY - Phone: 1 (270) 781-9995


Business Listing   Rich Pond Market & Deli - Bowling Green, KY - Phone: 1 (270) 782-8849


Business Listing   Richardsville Market - Bowling Green, KY - Phone: 1 (270) 777-1753


Business Listing   SAVE-A-LOT - Bowling Green, KY - Phone: 1 (270) 796-6646


Business Listing   Save-A-Lot #231 - Bowling Green, KY - Phone: 1 (270) 746-9869


Business Listing   Save-A-Lot Food Stores - Bowling Green, KY - Phone: 1 (270) 782-1204


Business Listing   Scot Market No 80 - Bowling Green, KY - Phone: 1 (270) 781-0307


Business Listing   United Gas and Food - Bowling Green, KY - Phone: 1 (270) 781-8977


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Helpful Definition for: Fruits & Vegetables

Fruits & vegetables, in Bowling Green, are the edible parts of plants that are rich in various nutrients & dietary fibers and pose amazing health benefits if consumed on a regular basis.

Several fruits & vegetables, for their very high antioxidant content, have anti-aging and anti-cancer properties. Fruits and vegetables also help reduce high blood pressure, blood cholesterol & body fat. Risk of breast cancer among postmenopausal women gets reduced due to an increased intake of fruits. Higher consumption of fruits, berries and vegetables reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease-related death. Fruits and vegetables are known to protect against chronic disease because of their rich content of many phytochemicals. Health authorities in Bowling Green recommend regular consumption of at least one citrus fruit and one cruciferous vegetable to stay healthy.

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