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FREE “25 Ways To Eat More Fruit and Veg” eBOOK

If you managed to catch all the tips I’ve posted over the past 25 days on how to eat more fruit and veg then good job!

If not (or if you would just like them all in one fantastic guide) then please click here.

We are constantly hearing that we need to get a minimum of 5 portions of fruit and veg into our diet each day for good health and probably more like 10 portions per day for optimal health. But I know from personal experience this can be difficult and you can run out of ideas. I know the tips you’ll find in this guide will help you on your journey to great health and tip 10 might surprise you!

Yours in health,
Sharon

PS – If you’re serious about improving your health and you need information, guidance and motivation, I warmly invite you to get in touch with me, by clicking here to book a free 20 minute Skype or phone call with me.

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Make fruity lollies

Tip 25 of 25

Make fruity lollies

Freeze berries into ice lolly trays for a special healthy treat.

This recipe is made with blueberries, coconut milk, and yogurt
http://www.thesimplethings.com/blog/2014/08/05/recipe-berry-coconut-ice-lollies

 

Ta daaaa!

You made it a whole 25 days of veggie and fruit tips!

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Combine fruit and veg in a juice

Tip 24 of 25

Combine fruit and veg in a juice

A green juice is the perfect way to start the day as you mean to go on. This one will get you off the blocks with a good few servings of your 10 a day

http://www.rebootwithjoe.com/a-green-juice-for-weight-loss

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Bring in the berries

Tip 22 of 25

Bring in the berries

Berries of any kind are choc-full of inflammation-fighting antioxidants. Add them to granola, yogurt, muesli or porridge along with a sprinkle of flax for a nutrition boost.

Or just eat them as they are.

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Squeeze in an extra portion where you can

Tip 21 of 25

(you’ve managed 3 weeks of these tips… we are nearly at the end… stay with me!)

Squeeze in an extra portion where you can

If you’ve been trained to think of dinner as protein, starch and one veg, challenge yourself to improve your life with the addition of one additional vegetable.

Whatever you are making, think ‘how can I add another vegetable to this?’

Perhaps when you are thinking of meat and two veg…. skip the idea that potato counts as a veg. Nutritionally speaking, potatoes fall into starchy vegetable category, and are more along the lines of pasta and rice and bread as to content. Perhaps you could replace those and have another veg with your meat and veg.

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Put avocado in your pudding

Tip 19 of 25

Put avocado in your pudding

A brilliant dinner party treat is an avocado chocolate pudding. I guarantee guests will want to make this at home themselves:

https://realfood.tesco.com/recipes/chocolate-and-avocado-mousse.html

 

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Bake them in bread

Tip 18 of 25

Bake them in bread

Veggies are marvelous when used in baking. Courgettes in particular seem to do the job above others.

Try this brilliant recipe:
https://www.theguardian.com/lifeandstyle/2013/oct/04/how-to-make-courgette-cake

 

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Rethink pizza

Tip 17 of 25

Rethink pizza

Not tried cauliflower pizza? You might like it so give it a whirl sometime soon.

Here’s a recipe from the Hemsley sisters:
http://www.bbc.co.uk/food/recipes/flower_power_pizza_13681

Another great veg idea for the humble pizza is to spread a layer of pureed spinach on the dough before adding your tomato sauce. Sneaky, right?