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Eating "canned" fruits and vegetables burn more calories

 Eating "canned" fruits and vegetables burn more calories

Eating "canned" fruits and vegetables burn more calories

An American study showed that those who eat a lot of canned fruits and vegetables burn more calories, sugar, and fat than those who avoid them.

A new study reported by the British newspaper "Daily Mail" found that people who eat canned fruits and vegetables are healthier than those who avoid them.

The American study, prepared by the University of California, USA, was based on measuring the quality of the diets of some people, who eat canned fruits and vegetables, as well as dairy products, seafood, and limited amounts of sugar, salt, and calorie-free foods.

The research team relied on data on 42,000 American children and adults, during the period from 2001 to 2010.

The results of the study, published in the Journal of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, showed that people who eat canned fruits and vegetables a lot, burn more calories, sugar, and body fat than those who are not keen on eating them.

The results of the American study revealed that eating natural vegetables and fruits may lead a person to consume certain foods that contain a small number of nutrients, stressing that eating canned fruits and vegetables gives the body a high amount of nutrients and that the diet becomes healthier.

The results of the study, published in the Journal of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, showed that people who eat canned fruits and vegetables a lot, burn more calories, sugar, and body fat than those who are not keen on eating them.

The results of the American study revealed that eating natural vegetables and fruits may lead a person to consume certain foods that contain a small number of nutrients, stressing that eating canned fruits and vegetables gives the body a high amount of nutrients and that the diet becomes healthier.

The study denied any effect of eating canned fruits and vegetables on blood pressure and weight, calling for eating canned foods low or free of sugar and salt, and drying them before a time of eating.

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