and Vegetables 

and Eating fresh
fruits and vegetables will not protect you from cancer as they
have little effect, a study finds in Europe. Guidelines suggest at least five
portions of fruit and vegetables a day in order to be healthy but new research
has found that this may not have a significant effect on cancer.

The knowledge
of science suggests that people should be told that cancer risk is much more
related to how much you eat and drink rather than what you eat. The assessment,
published in the British Journal of Cancer, aspects at a decade of proof on the
dealings between fruits and vegetables and the development of cancer, on the
other hand finally it concludes that the evidence is still not substantial.
However, eating
fruits and vegetables one way or another is significant for our
fruits vegetables