Harvard Men's Health Watch

Commonsense strategies to help you eat more fruits and vegetables

Most Americans do not eat the recommended amounts of fruits and vegetables. One contributing factor is that food preferences, such as lack of interest in fruits and vegetables, are deeply ingrained. A solution is to find creative and new ways to incorporate fruits and vegetables into your usual foods and meals. When paired with familiar foods, fruits and vegetables may be more appealing.
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