Hey, friends! With the start of the new year (wait, how is it already the end of January!!), I thought it’d be perfect timing to share some tips that I use to sneak in more fruit and veggie servings each day.
Although I’m a big fan of getting back to basics eating-wise at any time of the year, January and February are a great time to set new habits. (Want a full-on meal plan or guide to help you reset? Check out my favorite program here.)
We all seem to have “fresh new start” on the brain. Maybe it’s all the cookies we ate over the holidays, ohhhhh the yummy holiday treats!
Or, maybe you feel like you could use some more nutrients in your diet, you’ve been feeling a little off, or you’re trying to boost your immune system this winter.
Whatever it is, if your body is craving more of nature’s colorful produce, go for it!
One great way to get back to basics is with fruit and vegetables. I’m a big believer in crowding out the bad stuff by filling up with the good stuff! If you’re focusing on filling your meals with colorful fruits and veggies, you’ll naturally “crowd-out” the junk.
So whether you’re still trying to keep your healthy eating new year’s resolutions or just wanting to increase the amount of produce you’re eating, try these tips to incorporate more of the good stuff into your diet every day. These are perfect for those with picky little ones, those with pregnancy food aversions, or anyone trying to increase their fruit and veggie intake!
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