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How to Eat More Fruit

If you want to eat more fruit, have it available at every turn -- at work, at home, in your car or briefcase. Here are 10 simple ways to work more fruit into your day:

  • Fruit is much more exciting if it is cut, washed, and assembled into a colorful salad. Take time a couple of times a week to clean out your produce bin and make fruit salad.
  • For morning or afternoon snacks, wash whatever fresh fruit you have at the moment and set out a big bowl on your table or desk. As you pass by or talk on the phone, you'll find yourself munching on it.
  • Dress up a party or dinner plate with a fruit kabob: just string assorted pieces of fresh fruit onto a bamboo stick.
  • Certain fruits lend themselves to grilling (pineapple, mango, banana) and this is a fun and fancy way to get your fruit servings.
  • Add fresh or frozen fruit to your smoothie or shake.
  • Add fruit to green salads for a sweet twist on this dinner staple. Strawberries, pears, grapes, orange segments, mango, and papaya work well.
  • Add fruit to your hot or cold cereal.
  • Get in the habit of adding a fresh fruit garnish to your breakfast, lunch, or dinner plate. Try pineapple slices, melon wedges, a small bunch of grapes, a few strawberries or orange wedges, or pear slices shaped into a fan.
  • Add fresh or frozen fruit to your yogurt for extra color, flavor, and nutrition.
  • Enjoy fresh fruit with a little cheese for a nice dessert, picnic, or snack. Pears, apples, and grapes lend themselves to pairing with cheese.
  • Dried fruits don't go bad or get bruised, and you can store them in your briefcase, car, or desk for a quick pick-me-up. Try apricots, pears, peaches, nectarines, prunes, raisins, dates, cherries, and blueberries.

Selecting and Storing Summer Fruits

Apricots (available mid-May to mid-August): Buy plump apricots with as much golden orange color as possible. If not yet ripe, put in a loosely closed paper bag and check daily. Once ripe, refrigerate in bag for up to two days.

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