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Would primary pupils eat seven fruit and veg a day?

Eating seven or more fruit and vegetable portions a day could save lives, according to a report.

The study, by researchers at University College London, found that eating seven-a-day cut the risk of dying from cancer and heart disease.

But what do children think about eating so many greens a day?

Pupils at Pen-kye Primary School in Cardiff told BBC Radio 5 live's Mark Hutchings they struggled to manage five and would get "bored" eating seven.

  • 01 Apr 2014
  • From the section Health
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