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Summertime is a fun time to spend visiting friends, enjoying the lake or backyard, or taking a road trip! Snacks are an essential part of any plans and with the abundance of tasty fruits and vegetables, can be a breeze to prepare while providing the nutrients needed every day. Fruits and veggies are a refreshing way to help stay hydrated in the heat because they have high water content. They also pack/travel well and they’re easy to eat.
The hot days of summer are a cool time to refresh and hydrate, taking advantage of seasonal favorites from berries to watermelon! For about 60 calories per serving and loads of nutrients from eyesight assisting Vitamin A (orange colored choices) to heart smart potassium (cantaloupe, sweet cherries, melon, kiwi, etc), fruit can’t be beat as a nutritional sweet treat. From appetizer to dessert, here are some fresh ways to keep cool fresh from the produce department!
I wrote this for http://www.fruitsandveggiesmorematters.org. Original post here: Fruits & Veggies More Matters : The Half-Your-Plate Picnic : Health Benefits of Fruits & Vegetables. The
I wrote this for http://www.fruitsandveggiesmorematters.org. Original post here: Fruits & Veggies More Matters : If you like that dish, you’ll LOVE this one! : Health
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