If you're planning a backyard garden this spring, consider putting in a wide variety of fruits and vegetables, and the more variety in colors, the better. Mayo Clinic Health System cardiologist Dr. Regis Fernandes says you can't go wrong. "Fruits and vegetables are very low in fat and very low in calories, so they are not harmful for your health. However, they provide an important number of vitamins, minerals, fiber and nutrients."
KMALand by Dick Layman