7 Ways To Sneak Some Extra Fruits And Vegetables In Your Everyday Meals
We all know by now that we should be eating at least five servings or 400 grams of fruits and vegetables each day according to the World Health Organization (WHO). This recommendation is for the prevention of chronic diseases such as heart disease, cancer, diabetes, and obesity.
On a positive note, fruits and vegetables are high in fiber which helps to maintain a healthy gut and prevent constipation and other digestion problems. So it’s practically fun to consume more fruits and veggies day by day. They are a natural source of vitamins and minerals that are essential to feed our body and brain to function at our best. They also help to boost antioxidants and increase our longevity.
So now you know why and how to eat more fruits and vegetables. But knowing and doing are two different things, aren’t they? Sometimes it is just not easy to get them all in there.
We are constantly tempted to fill up on convenient and processed food. It is OK occasionally, but if you are someone who wants to make sure you fuel your whole body in a good way, here are a few ideas to “sneak in” your A to Z fruits and vegetables to maximize your health. Put some extra effort in. After all, health is wealth! Without further ado, we share 7 easy ways to eat more vegetables and fruits.
Balanced Nutrition 101
Balanced nutrition entails eating many different foods and being conscious about your consumption of some food and beverage items, but not counting calories.
Good diets offer balanced nutrition that reduces cholesterol + blood pressure and maintains your overall well-being in a holistic way - mind, body, and soul. ✨
In this blog post, we answer the most pressing question anyone on the start of their healthful journey would ask one way or another:
"What is a sustainable diet and how can you practice it?"
To function properly, your body must have the correct combination of nutrients, as to be discussed in this blog post. Keep reading to learn more.