One of my resolutions for this year was to eat more fruits and vegetables. I love them but often don’t eat enough of them for a couple of reasons. A – not knowing how to prepare them or mix them into meals. B – sometimes fresh produce is very expensive and I find it hard to convince myself to put it on the grocery list when we’re tight on money. C – if I were to spend the money on them, how the heck do I store them to make the most out of having bought them?
Well, this site will help you learn how to prepare fruits and vegetables so that they are super tasty, and how to store them so that you can make the most out of investing in them. Yes, I said invest. Because by eating more fruits and vegetables you are investing in your health, fruits and veggies help keep your heart healthy, your blood pressure low, and they can even help prevent certain kinds of cancer.
If you’re not sure you should add more fruits and veggies to your diet check out the Top 10 Reasons to Eat More Fruits and Veggies list – you might just be convinced by the time you’re done reading it!
There are six main categories: Why Fruits and Veggies, Planning and Shopping, Cooking, Get Kids Involved, Community, and Healthy Resources. Each of those sections has a side menu of topics for you to explore once you’ve clicked on their tab.
In the Cooking section you’ll find an awesome recipe database, that will help you find interesting recipes to try new fruits and vegetables in and you can pair up the recipes you’ll find in the Cooking section with the advice in the Planning and Shopping section!
Check this one out today, and make sure you bookmark it so those recipes are only ever a click away!