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Health is wealth

Atasa Moceituba
Friday, April 21, 2017

You don't need a standard menu to make you healthy, in fact eating the right food such as fruits and vegetables promote health and help reduce risks of certain diseases.

A report by Eurospar states fruits and vegetables have been proven to help prevent many diseases such as heart disease, stroke and certain types of cancers.

In this week's shopper, Jokapeci Tuberi Cati of Nadonumai, Lami takes the spotlight as Shopper of the Week.

Mrs Cati or Beri as she's commonly known by friends and family is an advocate of healthy living.

She works at Fiji Network for People Living with HIV and AIDS (FJN+) and had done a lot of work in the region regarding the stigma and discrimination of people living with human immunodeficiency virus (HIV.)








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