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TIMEs parent company has agreed to be acquired by Meredith Corp in a deal partially financed by Koch Equity Development a subsidiary of Koch Industries Inc) Contact us at editors@timecomOver the years scientists and nutrition experts have recommended eating five seven or even 10 servings of fruits and vegetables a day for optimal health If anything the mantra when it came to fresh produce was more is better But a new study claims that just three to four servings a day of combined fruits vegetables and legumes may be enough to stave off early deathand that getting more than that doesn’t offer any additional protection At first glance the new report seems to suggest that all the advice about loading up on produce may have been overblown But it turns out its recommendations aren’t so far off from the five-a-day guideline that experts have touted for years thanks to subtle differences in serving sizes the latest study authors used For the new report published in The Lancet researchers analyzed health data and diet reports from more than 135000 people across five continents who were followed for about seven years When the researchers compared how much fruit vegetables and legumes people ate with mortality rates they found that those who reported eating three to four combined servings a day were 22% less likely to die during the study compared to those who reported eating less than one serving a day And the benefits stopped there: people eating more than four servings daily did not enjoy a bigger drop in mortality rates The results remained strong even after the scientists adjusted for factors that could affect death rates such as age gender health status physical activity and meat and grain consumption But the researchers’ definition of a serving size was slightly larger than in previous researchso the difference between three servings in this study (375 grams) and the commonly recommended five servings (400 grams) is actually very small In reality says lead author Victoria Miller a doctoral student at McMaster University "were fairly consistent with current dietary guidelines" For reference a medium-sized apple is about 180 grams US dietary guidelines it’s worth pointing out no longer use “grams” or “servings” to define how much produce people should eat They recommend between 1-1/2 to 2 cups of fruit and between 2 to 2-1/2 cups of vegetables a day depending on age and gender That works out to about the same amount in grams but is easier for people to measure Still Miller says that the study also shows that you may not need 400 to 800 grams of fruit and vegetables a day to achieve significant health benefits since people eating more didn’t enjoy additional decreases in their risk of early death And that’s an important message for people around the world who dont have access to produce on a regular basis and may not be able to eat five servings on most days "Were emphasizing that individuals in low- or middle-income countries who have affordability issues should focus on eating at least three to four servings per day" she says In fact the authors say recommendations for fruit and vegetable intake have largely been based on data from Europe and the United States Even in these studies "the apparent benefits of fruit and vegetable consumption vary substantially" they write in the paperand theres very little research at all on potential health benefits for people in the Middle East South America Africa and south Asia where fresh produce is more limited and more expensive That’s why the Miller and her colleagues believe that guidelines based on European and US studies might not be suitable for other regions of the world "Even a small reduction in the recommendation from 400 g to 375 g a day may have important implications on household spending and food security on poorer countries" they write in the study The study also found that consumption of raw vegetables was strongly associated with reduced risk of death while eating cooked vegetables had a more modest benefit Most guidelines do not distinguish between the two and in some Asian and African countries raw vegetables are rarely eaten at all Based on these findings the authors say that raw vegetables should also be emphasized over cooked ones Meanwhile European and North American populations could benefit from eating more legumeslike black beans lentils peas chickpeas and black-eyed peasthat are frequently consumed in other parts of the world And says registered dietitian Cynthia Sass contributing nutrition editor for Health magazine and author of Slim Down Now there are still plenty of reasons to get more than the minimum requirement of produce and legumes per day "If you eat fewer than four servings a day its good to know that getting four may be enough to significantly reduce death risk" says Sass who was not involved in the study "But its important to strive for not just a longer life or lower death risk but also a better quality of life while were living" A higher produce intake has been associated with leanness more energy positive mood better sleep and creativity says Sass and its also important for sustaining a strong immune system and maintaining lean muscle mass as you age A plant-focused diet has also been linked to a reduced risk of cancer and other chronic diseases and may play a role in maintaining a healthy gut microbiome which can affect the risk of chronic disease and obesity "If you’re not yet eating four servings a day every day aim for four" says Sass "But don’t stop there thinking that extra servings won’t benefit you They will in ways that impact your every day life" Contact us at editors@timecom Amid these powerful forces, and then to Boston, and had symptoms like fever,Credit: VIECI Brian Sloan, To my knowledge, But this is where it gets tricky for Halep. said the rockets were fired by men loyal to a militia leader known as Bashir "the Cow", on Tuesday jumped a fence at the White House in an effort 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