I buy a lot of frozen fruit & vegetables, and usually just heat them in the micro , with my meal, or thaw the fruit in the micro and add it to my cereal or oatmeal.. So instead of just having pasta, or meat and potatoes, Or just plain cereal or oatmeal , I have added fruit & vegies
It is quick and easy, just grab a cup of fruit or vegies and pop them in the micro,,
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It's Michael Pollan's description of a healthy diet. It means you should eat real food (not the highly processed supermarket stuff). You should eat meat and carbs but focus on enough vegetables, fruits etc. Cook it yourself and you will know when enough's enough and what healthy and what's not.
Michael Pollan's books: The omnivore's dillema, Food rules and in defense of food.
As reported in Preventive Medicine, "A healthy diet including fruits and vegetables could help prevent diabetes from ever occurring. The higher levels of fruit and vegetable consumption might decrease the risk of diabetes in adults, particularly women.” dlife states, "Prediabetics and diabetics would benefit from eating more fresh, raw fruits and vegetables and less refined carbohydrates, in any form." Start loving that brocolli, green beans, apples, etc. They are great snacks too!
If you're having trouble getting fruits into your diet, or into your kids' diet, try making fruit smoothies. One simple option is strawberries and bananas. Just whip it in the blender and you'll have a healthy snack or dessert while getting your daily fruits into your diet. 45265
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