Leftovers are good for you!

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According to scientists, leftovers can have a surprising array of health benefits.

Food shopping can be so expensive, especially if you're trying to eat healthily and have to regularly stock up on fruit and vegetables. But one way to make your money go further is to keep hold of any leftovers from meals and reuse them the next day in a different dish. Not only that, but leftovers can have a surprising array of health benefits according to scientists. So don't go chucking yesterday's supper in the bin just yet, it could lead to some interesting outcomes, according to the MailOnline.

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