Vegetable gardening can improve health outcomes for cancer survivors, study finds

Gardening is a great way to get outdoors and soak in vitamin D while also providing fresh vegetables to enjoy. Dietary guidelines recommend adults eat 2–3 cups of vegetables daily to prevent obesity and cardiovascular diseases and help with immune function. Because of this, eating ample amounts of vegetables is even more important for those who have had cancer.

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