According to a report from the CDC, there are Americans, who eat fruits and vegetables less than one time a day.
Eating fruits and vegetables are associated with reducing the risk of 13 major diseases. Set a goal to consume 2 cups of fruits and 2 ½ cups of vegetables a day to reduce your risk of chronic disease.
January is National Carrot Month. Carrots provide fiber, are low in calories, and contain important nutrients. Can you be creative and incorporate carrots into your breakfast, lunch, and dinner?
Fruits and vegetables are your friends and can be a lot of fun. Invite them to your house every day.
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