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MIDDAY MEAL – Easy Ways To Increase Your Fruit and Veg Intake

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MIDDAY MEAL – Easy Ways To Increase Your Fruit and Veg Intake

Eating a healthier diet can often conjure up images of hard work, maximum organisation and extended preparation time. However, increasing your fruit and veg intake needn’t be like this in reality. Making incremental and easy changes to your daily diet will prove to make a vast different to your overall health and nutritional intake.

Below are some fruit and veg suggestions for midday meals that take minutes to add, helping to keep you full and satisfied until the evening.

 

MEAL

ADDED FRUIT/VEG

Fill your sandwiches and wraps with as many salad vegetables as possible. Shredding and grating them can make this easy to do.

Lettuce

Spinach

Tomatoes

Radishes

Cabbage

Carrot

Cucumber

Avocado

Celery

Sweetcorn

Pepper

Rocket

Use large lettuce leaves as a replacement to bread for your sandwiches.

Lettuce

Instead of butter, use a light layer of avocado or hummus to make your lunch creamy.

Avocado

Chickpeas

Put as many sliced and diced veggies into a jar along with some protein and grains such as tuna and quinoa. Choosing veggies that are delicious in their raw form will make life much easier in the preparation aspect.

 

Carrots

Sugar snap peas

Beansprouts

Brussels sprouts

Peppers

Mushrooms

Chickpeas

Beetroot

Watercress

 

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