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It is permissible to substitute fruit for vegetables or vice versa to meet the recommended nutritional guidelines. True or False
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Weegy: Planning nutritious, appetizing, economical meals is a complex, multifaceted task. Menu planning plays a critical role in the delivery of quality services in Older Americans Nutrition Programs (OANPs). [ There are many factors to take into consideration in developing menus. Eating plenty of fruits and vegetables of different kinds may help protect you against many chronic diseases. It also promotes healthy bowel function. Fruits and vegetables provide essential vitamins and minerals, fiber, and other substances that are important for good health. To promote your health, eat a variety of fruits and vegetables—at least 2 servings of fruits and 3 servings of vegetables—each day. Fruits and vegetables carry different nutritional requirements of the body but some nutrients in fruits may be found in some vegetables and vice versa but NOT ALL nutrients present in vegetables are in fruits so we cannot say they are a substitute for one another. ]
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