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    I eat a lot of vegetables but don’t really like to eat fruit – is this okay for my health?

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    It would be OK for your health as long as you are preparing the vegetables correctly. So if you are boiling your vegetables, then all the nutrients are leached out into the water and you won't be getting many nutrients from the vegetables that you're eating. So the best way to have the vegetables would be either raw or steamed.

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