How to Enjoy Fruits & Vegetable More

It’s National Nutrition Month! Wait, don’t go, I promise this is helpful. For those of you who find it challenging to consume fruits & veggies on a daily basis, (or are desperately trying to get kids invested) we’re sharing some easy ways to make this {task} more appealing.  Here are 8 ideas which we hope will inspire you to make great choices.

  1. Start off the day with fruit in your breakfast. Do like cereal, yogurt, or oatmeal? Trying adding some bananas or berries for added nutritional impact.
  2.  If you’re more of an omelet lover, incorporate veggies (and lots of them) along with some low-fat cheddar cheese, and you’ve got yourself a hearty, healthy meal.
  3. Love pizza? Top it with veggies like mushrooms, peppers, onions, and broccoli and you’ve included a variety of vitamins in your day.
  4. Create a colorful salad! You won’t get bored when you have a salad full of leafy greens, carrots, red peppers, avocado, and water chestnuts to enjoy.
  5. Have cut up veggies ready to go at all times and enjoy as a snack with hummus or your favorite low-fat salad dressing. Crunch!
  6. Buy frozen veggies at the grocery store and you’ll always have a quick, easy side dish for dinner or afternoon snack.
  7. Keep a bowl of fresh fruit within reach. Whether it’s on your kitchen table as a centerpiece, or at your work station. That way when you get hungry, it’s the first thing you see!
  8. Incorporate fruit into your dessert or simply make it your dessert all together. Nothing is more refreshing on a warm summer night than a slice of cold watermelon!

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