New research suggests the nutrients in fruits and vegetables are essential to good health

Food sources of vitamins, minerals and minerals-rich foods are among the foods rich in nutrients and antioxidants.

But there’s a new report that suggests these are also essential for good health.

The new study found that the minerals found in fruits, vegetables, and whole grains are crucial for health and that the consumption of vitamin C in particular is an important factor in reducing the risk of cardiovascular disease.

The research was published in the American Journal of Epidemiology.

The researchers looked at data from the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (NHANES), a long-running national survey that collects data about diet and health.

They also looked at more than 40,000 participants.

The researchers used data from a sample of 4.3 million adults between ages 18 and 64, and included a range of nutrients in the analysis.

The study found:There’s strong evidence that the types of foods we eat have a strong impact on our overall health.

For example, we eat foods that contain high levels of vitamin and mineral, as well as vitamin C, as they have been shown to lower blood pressure and improve blood flow.

There’s also evidence that consuming foods rich with these nutrients is associated with increased longevity, reduced risk of cancer, and a reduced risk for dementia.

For our food groups, vitamin C has been shown in a number of studies to be especially protective, the study authors write.

Vitamin C is important because it plays a critical role in the formation of DNA and protein.

In addition, it plays an important role in cell growth, immune response, and maintenance of the immune system.

These nutrients, like other vitamins and minerals, also help protect against disease, according to the study.

The study also found that people who ate a diet rich in vitamin C and/or vitamin E had lower blood sugar levels and a lower risk of diabetes.

The authors say the results may be especially useful for people with pre-existing health conditions.

“We hope these findings may be of interest to those who have health conditions such as type 2 diabetes or cardiovascular disease, or who are at increased risk for cardiovascular disease,” they write.

More to come.