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Dr. Campbell's top summer foods

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Dr. Kevin Campbell appears every Wednesday morning on WNCN Today. He will also provide a special one-minute guide to healthy living each week for WNCN.com.

 Here, Dr. Campbell gives you five summer foods for better health:

  1. Strawberries:  Strawberries are a good source of fiber and are low in calories. Strawberries have a lot of vitamin C that can aid with skin health.
  2. Zucchini:  Zucchini are a great source of essential vitamins and minerals. These can help with eye sight and skin health. 
  3. Green beans:  Green beans are low in calories and high in fiber. Green beans are also an excellent source of vitamin K that is essential to the body.
  4. Corn:  Corn is relatively low in calories and high in fiber.
  5. Raspberries:  Raspberries are a great substitute for dessert. The fruit is high in fiber and low in calories.
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