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Frequency of fruit and vegetable consumption and coronary heart disease in France and Northern Ireland: the PRIME study
British Journal of Nutrition
Fruit and vegetable consumption is associated with low CHD risk in the USA and Northern Europe. There is, in contrast, little information about these associations in other regions of Europe. The goal of the present study was to assess the relationship between frequency of fruit and vegetable intake and CHD risk in two European populations with contrasting cardiovascular incidence rates; France and Northern Ireland. The present prospective study was in men aged 50 -59 years, free of CHD, whodoi:10.1079/bjn20041286 pmid:15613259 fatcat:me4hebh37vhb5kcw6dxd6htyai