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Tips for Eating More Fruits and Vegetables Every Day

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Fruits and vegetables: the essential building blocks of a healthy, nutritious lifestyle. We’ve all heard the age-old advice to eat more of these colorful, vitamin-packed foods. Still, sometimes it’s challenging to figure out how to incorporate them into our daily meals in exciting and delicious ways. Fear not, for I have the solutions to help you break free from the monotony of the same old salad routine. Let’s explore tips for eating more fruits and vegetables every day.

In this blog post, we will explore various ways to add more fruits and vegetables to your diet, making it healthier and more enjoyable. From smoothies and stir-fries to wholesome snacks and creative main courses, I will introduce tips for eating more fruits and vegetables every day.

A world of possibilities is waiting for you.

Fruits and Vegetables – Sharon Redman

Discover the Benefits of Fruits and Vegetables for Weight Loss and Health

Fruit and vegetable consumption goes beyond just being good for you; it can also help curb sugar cravings and promote weight loss. How amazing is that!

Health and wellness experts constantly emphasize the importance of incorporating more fruits and vegetables into your diet. These natural powerhouses are packed with essential nutrients, including vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, and fiber.

Eating more fruits and vegetables can significantly improve your overall health, protect against chronic diseases, and even help you maintain a healthy weight or shed unwanted fat (as long as you avoid frying or breading them).

As a health coach, I’m here to provide you with unique, creative, and delicious ways to enjoy more fruits and vegetables in your daily meals.

You might be wondering if you should eat more fruits and veggies. The answer is a resounding yes, but it’s more about how you incorporate them into your diet rather than simply increasing the quantity.

Before diving in, consider your current relationship with fruits and vegetables. Do you enjoy eating them?

Are you already consuming a variety of these nutritious foods? The key is to start where you are and build from there, unlocking the incredible benefits of fruits and vegetables for your health and well-being.

Small Actionable Steps to Start Eating Fruits and Vegetables

  • Start with two fruits or vegetables a day if you’re not used to eating any.
  • Start small and work your way up.

Be careful not to become overwhelmed if you think you must overhaul your entire diet all at once.

Let’s challenge you to increase it by two a day, wherever you are now.

It’s time to up your fruit game. Here are some suggestions on exactly how to add more fruit and vegetables to your diet!

Sneak Fruits and Vegetables Into Other Dishes

Sometimes it can be hard to remember to eat more fruits and vegetables. But adding more fresh produce to your diet isn’t hard; it just requires a little planning to sneak them into other dishes. You can even use produce as a garnish to add some color and flavor to your food

You may think, “I don’t have time for all that prep.” I get it.

But the good news is that you don’t have to spend hours in the kitchen to add more fruits and vegetables to your diet. I’ve found a few ways to sneak them into other dishes so you can enjoy them too.

So let’s give it a go.

With some strategically positioned produce, you can easily enhance a dish.

OK, this one may be, shall we say, “sneaky,” but I’m all about your health, so hear me out.

Quick and Easy Ideas to Boost Your Dishes with Fruits and Vegetables

  • Add ½ apple, a small handful of spinach, or extra berries into your smoothie.
  • Dice or shred a bit of carrot, broccoli, zucchini, or pepper into your soup.
  • Love sandwiches? Why not add an extra slice of tomato, lettuce, or cucumber to it?
  • How about chicken, tuna, or salmon salad? Dice up a stalk of celery and throw it in.
  • Love to bake? How about substituting ¼ cup of sugar for ¼ cup of unsweetened applesauce?
  • Switch to fruit instead of dessert
  • Used to have a small salad? Why not try a larger one? And add half a cup of strawberries
  • Making tomato sauce? Add in some extra mushrooms or peppers.
  • Instead of serving a salad as a side dish, make the salad the main dish and serve fruit as a side dish.

Finding a way to incorporate produce without taking away from the other ingredients is the key.

Eating fruits and vegetables the same way every day is unnecessary. Eating various fruits and vegetables of different colors and flavors is vital. This way, you will ensure that you receive a wide range of nutrients. You can also try to eat more fruits and vegetables raw.

Ready to give it a go? 

Make Fruits and Vegetables Taste More Delicious With a Meal

  • Steam some frozen corn and add a touch of olive oil and your favorite herb or spice.
  • Use veggies as your sandwich “bread” by making a lettuce wrap.
  • Don’t be afraid to spice them up! Try sauteing them for 10 minutes with a drizzle of oil and flavor them with pepper, garlic, ginger, or cayenne pepper.

Opting for Them as Healthy Snacks

  • Why not throw a banana, apple, or a couple of clementines into your lunch bag?
  • Ditch the chips and dip – Instead, try some carrot, celery, broccoli, cucumber, or cauliflower with a dip like hummus, guacamole, or even your favorite salad dressing.
  • Love sweetened yogurt? Buy plain, and immerse it with fresh or frozen berries.


Take two of these suggestions and try them tomorrow. Just add two more fruits and vegetables to your current total—two more.

You can always try again if you are not an instant fan. Research shows that sometimes it takes our taste buds several tries before actually beginning to like a new flavor. Perhaps you’ll discover a new favorite.

Begin Today. You can do it. 


How do you like these ideas? Which are your favorites?


Are you curious about how easy changes can affect your health? Let us chat! Schedule an initial discovery session with me today.

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I am a Board Certified Holistic Health Coach with training and credentials from the Institute for Integrative Nutrition. I have been where you are. I know what it’s like to not recognize yourself in photos because of unwanted weight gain. I also remember my daily 3:00 p.m. rendezvous with a bag of Cheetos. Eventually, my clothes no longer fit. It took a toll on me until I learned how to gain control of my choices. You can gain control too! 

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