One of my goals is to help as many people as possible live a healthier life by eating at least two servings of fruit and at least three servings of vegetables every day.

I’ve got a long way to go.

According to the Center for Disease Control, only 14% of U.S. adults and 9.5% of U.S. teens meet the government’s goals for eating enough fruits and vegetables.

To be blunt – that stinks.

I need your help. Start with yourself. Are you eating the recommended amount of servings? If not, get to it! What about your kids? Your parents? Your friends? Below are a few suggestions of different fruits and vegetables you can add to your diet. Help me with my goal of making this world a healthier place by passing it along to everyone you know.

Fruits (eat 2 a day)
1 banana / 6 strawberries
½ Grapefruit / 10 grapes
1 apple / 1 cup raspberries

Vegetables (eat 3 a day)
1 tomato / ½ Avocado
5 asparagus / 1 sweet potato
5 broccoli florets / 1 carrot
1 ear of corn / ½ cup lentils

Stay healthy and thank you.
Antonio

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