Government food guidelines recommend that individuals over the age of 5 should eat at least five servings of fruits and vegetables each and every day. When you first hear that number, it may seem like a lot, but it is actually much easier than you think to fit that many servings of
Important to good health, so too are the hundreds of other elements that are contained in healthy foods like fruits and vegetables. These elements are not available in any pill; they must be ingested through a healthy, balanced diet that contains plenty of fruits and vegetables.

Fruits and vegetables are less costly than vitamin pills fruit and are very inexpensive, especially when purchased in season and grown locally.

Contrary to believe frozen fruit and vegetables are very good, they are usually frozen within the first few hours of picking and can usually contain more vitamins and minerals as their goodness is frozen into them rather than sitting on a shelf to be picked

Getting your five portions a day can be relatively easy, replace your typical biscuit tea break with vegetable and hummus or for lunch go green and eat a green salad.

Got kids that don’t like vegetables blitz in the blender and hide in that next Bolognese meal.

Go for an array of colours where possible. No its not because they look pretty its because they have different properties and the more colours you have the more vitamins and minerals you are going to consume.

Fight of colds by eating vegetables, did you know a pepper has more vitamin C than an orange?

Go organic where possible, there are many benefits of doing this but the biggest one is that by consuming organic vegetables they are free from pesticides and will contain more vitamins and minerals pound for pound.

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