Blended fruits and vegetables are just as nutritious as any other form of fruits or vegetables. Blending only changes the texture and consistency of the fruit or vegetable and has no effect on its nutritional value. Eat a colorful variety of fruits and vegetables to provide your body with the best combination of beneficial compounds. Remember, that all form of fruits and vegetables count—fresh, frozen, canned, dried and 100% juice—toward your daily fruit and vegetable recommendation! See our Top 10 Healthy Ways to Cook Fruits &Vegetables.
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