EATING five portions of fruit and vegetables may not be enough, according to a new report.
A study carried out by experts at University College London, who analysed the eating habits of 65,000 people, revealed that eating more fresh produce was linked to living a longer life.
They also found eating at least seven portions of fruit and vegetables a day resulted in a 42 per cent lower risk of death from all causes and a 25 per cent lower risk of cancer.
However, there was a surprise finding - people who ate canned or frozen fruit actually had a higher risk of heart disease, stroke and cancer.
What do you think to this? Will you be eating more fruit and veg? Or is it asking too much with regards to time and affordability? Have your say below.