Sneaky Ways to Add Fruits & Veggies to Your Diet

Healthy foods fuel a healthy life. Fruits and vegetables contain some of the most important prebiotics for the gut. Not only will they support a healthy gut microbiome, but they can lead to an improved immune system and heart health. However, these foods don’t satisfy everybody’s taste buds. Luckily, they don’t have to be eaten alone. Fruit and vegetables can be hidden into your own meals without leaving a bad taste in your mouth.

Water intake is important in the morning for cognition and function. Fruits and vegetables are water-based foods, meaning they can assist in hydration. Alongside drinking water, fruit or vegetable consumption can assist in a morning hydration routine.

The International Breakfast Research Initiative (IBRI) claims breakfast can be optimized by nutrient-rich foods with these qualities: protein, fiber, vitamin A, vitamin C, vitamin D, calcium, iron, potassium, and magnesium (1). Fruits and vegetables can provide fiber along with vitamins A and C. The rest can be fulfilled from foods such as whole grains and lean proteins. Read more…

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