Fruit and Vegetable Consumption Tips from Dietitians and Family and Consumer Science Professionals

Vivian Brake, MS, RD, Eat Well and Keep Moving Project,  says that students in the cafeteria seem to eat fruits much better when they are cut up. For instance, orange wedges were more popular than whole oranges.
Maryjane Knight, MS, RD, is always adding fruits and vegetables to something. She adds canned fruits to jello, peas and carrots to rice, frozen fruit to lowfat yogurt, salsa to canne...

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