Author: Sorting Last Post on Top Message:
KRYSTLEGARRISON SparkPoints: (26,232)
Fitness Minutes: (9,671)
Posts: 169
5/23/13 2:32 P

I start every morning with either a green smoothie or a chocolate banana protein shake. I typically eat fruit & yogurt for breakfast. I will switch it up but I always try to have 3-5 servings of fruit in the morning. For lunch, I'll eat a sandwich or hard boiled eggs, I always include carrots, celery or campari tomatoes. My second small lunch is some type of salad, either spinach or romaine lettuce. I try to eat about 2 cups of greens & a lean protein. Dinner is the same, 2 cups of greens or a cup of green beans, 1/2 cup corn or 15-20 asparagus spears. Try to base your meals more around eating fruits & vegetables & less around meats & starch.

ARLENEGOBERT SparkPoints: (3,800)
Fitness Minutes: (90)
Posts: 88
5/23/13 2:11 P

I eat my veggies or salad for lunch every day. I eat my fruit for dinner or a snack daily.

KRAFTYKRAFT SparkPoints: (41,411)
Fitness Minutes: (33,392)
Posts: 2,679
5/23/13 2:07 P

based on the size of my dinner salads, I probably exceed the number

RIET69 SparkPoints: (47,087)
Fitness Minutes: (11,285)
Posts: 3,116
5/23/13 1:24 P

Yes, with the greatest of ease. Love fruit and veggies.

SIMONEKP Posts: 2,558
5/23/13 12:03 P


RUSSELL_40 Posts: 16,826
5/23/13 10:11 A

I eat at least 10 servings of veggies, and usually 1 serving of fruit, but if anything gets cut, the fruit is first. I just make meat and veggie stir fries for lunch and dinner. You can always add mor veggies

5/23/13 7:53 A

I eat my 10 servings of colourful veggies and fruit every day. It's really not hard to do when you focus on eating real whole foods.

CMCOLE Posts: 2,667
5/23/13 7:49 A

usually, although I have to be more careful to balance out the fruits/vegs, and eat more vegs rather than fruits

5/23/13 7:39 A

yeah, but it took me nearly a year to make this an automatic habit.

CHEETARA79 SparkPoints: (77,945)
Fitness Minutes: (59,299)
Posts: 3,509
5/23/13 7:20 A

I eat fruits and/or veg at every meal. If you aim for 1 serving at breakfast, 2 at lunch and 2 at dinner you will get your 5 a day. Add a fruit or veg snack to that too!

CHICAMIA12 Posts: 1,496
5/23/13 6:29 A

Fruits yes, veggies not so much.

MICHELLEXXXX SparkPoints: (7,352)
Fitness Minutes: (5,730)
Posts: 2,188
5/23/13 1:21 A

I get at least 10 servings daily. They are my primary sources of fuel, followed by meat, fat, and dairy.

Edited by: MICHELLEXXXX at: 5/23/2013 (23:05)
FLAMEGLIMMER SparkPoints: (25,809)
Fitness Minutes: (10,050)
Posts: 154
5/23/13 12:17 A

I usually do raw veggies and dip for an afternoon snack. That gets most of my vegetable servings in early. Then I just have a cup or so of veggies with my supper. I don't have a problem getting enough fruit in as long as I have it available. I like fruit.

Another option is green smoothies- gives some servings of both fruits and vegetables.

OBIESMOM2 SparkPoints: (61,851)
Fitness Minutes: (40,069)
Posts: 4,472
5/22/13 4:34 P

it's pretty easy for me. Fruit is a common snack.

if you like scrambled eggs, add some veggies to them (zucchini, sweet or bell peppers, spinach, etc). Add spinach leaves or some romaine to your sandwich, or use a romaine leaf in stead of bread and make a lettuce wrap.

what about smoothies? If you aren't much of a veggie fan, you can make some great tasting smoothies with fruits & veggies.

try some raw veggies & hummus as a snack

I love brown rice or bulgur with steamed veggies

ALEGNAC SparkPoints: (3,526)
Fitness Minutes: (159)
Posts: 78
5/22/13 4:18 P

every day? If so how? I need to do better at this, but I dont want to be eating them just to be eating them, kwim?

Page: 1 of (1)  

Other Diet and Nutrition Topics:

Topics: Last Post:
Daily calorie intake and pregnant! 10/10/2013 6:56:07 PM
Night shift and tracking, any thoughts? 10/13/2013 5:04:31 PM
Low carb, vegan, gluten free for PCOS 11/5/2013 2:38:11 PM
Need New Ideas on Vegetables 11/27/2013 2:38:30 PM
juicing 10/19/2013 8:02:52 PM

Diet Resources: vegetarian protein | vegetarian vs vegan | vegetarian weight loss