10 Ways To Eat More Fruits & Veggies

 Here are 10 easy tips to help you get into the bunny mindset and get your munch on.

1. Start your day with fresh squeezed orange juice.

2. Cut up a banana in your breakfast cereal.

3. Snack on carrot & celery sticks all day.

4. Eat a salad for lunch.

5. Always stuff your sandwiches full with Green lettuce and tomato.

6. Eat an apple as an afternoon snack.

7. Juice daily. Enjoy combos like carrot-apple-parsley.

8. Squeeze lemon in your water.

9. At dinner, make the vegetable your “main dish”.

10. When you shop at the grocery store, go to the produce section first and always try something new.  Load up on the green goodness and when available, buy organic!

So, what do you think – are you getting your 5 to 9 servings of fruit & veggies every day?

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2 Replies to “10 Ways To Eat More Fruits & Veggies”

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  2. I’ve just started reading a really fascinating book by Nina Planck called “Real Food: What to Eat and Why.” In it she talks about what real food is and why things we, now insitinctively, think of as being bad for us aren’t necessarily so.
    The reason I mention this is that she talks about growing up on a vegetable farm in VA (yay – my state!! :)) and how much of a presence fresh veggies were in their lives, along with real butter, real eggs, real dairy. Before dinner her mother would set out bowl of fresh carrot, apple, or turnip sticks so that they could eat raw fruit and veggies if they were hungry.
    They were allowed to, and encouraged to, eat as much fresh fruit and veggies as they wanted. They also, of course, ate locally and seasonally. During the winter they would eat their own canned tomatoes and frozen red bell peppers.
    For us, growing our own and buying from our local farmer’s market has REALLY increased how many fruits and veggies we eat per day. Today we stopped by the farmer’s market and picked up fresh broccoli, spring onions, peas, and strawberries. They boys ate fresh, raw carrots and broccoli for lunch!! We’ve also been harvesting our own mini-crop of strawberries and to be able to pick something you grew (organically of course!) and pop it in your mouth is the best feeling … no, I take that back, the best feeling is watching your kid do it & seeing how much they love it and how much joy they get out of it!!
    We’re getting ready to begin getting raw milk again and I can’t wait to make our own butter once more. It just simply can NOT compare to store bought milk, much less store bought butter!

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