It's Not Easy Getting Greens
Okay, we all know we’re supposed to be increasing our daily intake of healthy fruits and vegetables. But that can be easier said than done—especially when it comes to kids and other finicky eaters.
Here are some quick and simple ways you can up your daily intake of fresh or frozen produce:
- Include at least one fruit or vegetable in every meal you eat.
Source: February 2005 Prevention magazine.
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