• The upsides of frozen fruits and vegetables: Mayo Clinic Radio Health Minute

The U.S. government's dietary guidelines say to fill half your plate with fruits and vegetables. Increasing the variety of produce in your diet can make it easier to hit that goal. However, that can mean fruits and vegetables sometimes go bad before you get to them. In this Mayo Clinic Radio Health Minute, dietitian Angie Murad, explains the benefits of keeping some of your produce on ice.

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The upsides of frozen fruits and vegetables

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