Doctors say people need up to five cups of fruits and vegetables a day, yet the CDC reports that many of us fall well short of that goal. To help meet your mark, chop vegetables on the weekend so you can more easily munch away on busy weekdays and keep berries on hand to quickly boost the health content of cereals.
Step Five: Sweet Rewards
As a final tip, remember that you don't have to completely give up foods that are less than good for you. Instead, indulge occasionally and in moderation. Doing so can help you satisfy cravings without packing on the pounds.
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