An Invitation to a Healthy Dinner!

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In a recent Harvard Medical School study, The 6 Week Plan for Healthy Eating,** experts shared five easy ways to add fruits and vegetables to your dinner.

A plant-based diet contains vitamins, minerals, and other nutrients that are essential for good health. And when you consume a lot of fruits and vegetables, you’ll have less room for unhealthy foods.

Dinner is usually a big meal of the day, and it’s a good opportunity to make sure that you meet your daily quota for fruits and vegetables. Here are five easy ways to work more produce into dinner.**

  • Roast vegetables, any of them! Bake cut vegetables at 375° F for 20 to 25 minutes or until they’re lightly browned. 
  • Poach vegetables in chicken broth. Add veggies to boiling water, turn down the heat and cook for five to ten minutes. Add seasoning.
  • Sneak them in! Add vegetables to pasta sauce, soup, scrambled eggs, chili and more.
  • Make a salad. This should be your first dish with dinner.
  • Choose fruit for dessert. Dried fruits are healthy, but high in calories.**

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**http://www.health.harvard.edu/healthbeat/5-easy-ways-to-add-fruits-and-vegetables-to-dinner

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