Drink Your Greens
We all know fruit and vegetables are good for us. They help lower our risk for obesity, heart disease, and Type 2 diabe-tes. Yet, according to the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, only about one in every 10 Americans eats enough of them. If you’re interested in optimal health, that’s a lot of missed opportunities!
Maybe you always intend to eat more fruit and veggies, but your busy schedule stands in the way. Eating whole foods is ideal, but if you’re falling short on the recommended five to nine servings, drinking a couple of servings might work well for you. Read More.