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Fruits
2 to 4 Servings
Serving Size
1 piece of whole fruit or melon wedge
1/2 cup canned, chopped or cooked fruit
1/4 cup dried fruit
3/4 cup juice

Vitamin C, beta-carotene, fiber and carbohydrate (fuel) are the key nutrients of fruit. These foods best when eaten whole, fresh and raw. Eat a variety for best nutrient combinations. Watch portion sizes though. Fruit juices are especially easy to over-do.

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