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Ninja Fruits and Vegetables

Sunday, April 14, 2013

So according to this amazing fruit and vegetable amount calculator, I should eat 1 1/2 cups of fruits and 2 1/2 cups of veggies every day. I love that I now have an amount to strive for. That 5-9 servings stuff really tends to push me over the edge. I like to know details that are more reasonable than that. I like it easy. And telling me in cups is very kind of those nutrition people. I can do this :) Maybe I will pre cut my lunch freggies again into little mason jars..... I have 1 and 2 cup mason jars, that would be so easy to do. I am on it. I feel like a Ninja.
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  • LRB444
    Have you considered trying a green smoothie?
    2929 days ago
    It does seem so much easy to do when we look at by cups thanks for the link to make it easier
    2929 days ago
    Go Ninja, Go!!
    Looking at it as cups is much easier, isn't it?
    2929 days ago
    I love your mason jar idea!! Way to go, Ute! I'm not having trouble eating my freggies. I love them for the most part. But starting just in the past few weeks, my body is having trouble with them. Bleh. I'm going to try switching to more cooked veggies and stay away from the cabbage/cauliflower family. Hopefully that will help. We must do what works!! And your blog is such a good example of that!

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    2929 days ago
  • TERESA159
    I'm with POPSY190 on this one. Veggies are what we should be mostly eating. Period. I've tried to switch my thinking from having a meat with a veggie side to having veggies with a meat side.
    You've got this one! Veggie Ninja.
    2929 days ago
    The mason jars are a great idea.

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    2929 days ago
  • POPSY190
    I love freggies so it's easy for me. You are doing so well in finding your own methods and encouragement here. Good luck!
    2929 days ago
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