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How To Sneak In More Veggies & Fruits At Office & Home

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In honor of nearing the end of Heart Health Awareness Month, below is a great article from the American Heart Association with tips on which fruits and vegetables are best and how to sneak in more veggies with meals and snacks. Although February is designated as heart health awareness themed, it’s important to practice heart healthy eating habits all year long to maintain and sustain not only a healthy heart, but a healthy lifestyle in general.

Consuming the recommended 5 servings daily of fruits and veggies can be extra challenging when juggling work and home obligations. Whether working in an office, at home or out in the field, eating healthy and getting our veggies in with each meal can feel like a full time job itself! And, like the lady in this funny comic strip, we can become more concerned with our work and electronics than our own health!

To help your employees (and families) make it easier, here’s a guideline from the AHA with simple tips to practice. And, if you’re looking for a fun way to kick off your workplace wellness heart healthy food initiatives, consider a fun veggie challenge like one of these:

  • 30 Day Veggie Challenge
  • 5 a Day Keeps The Doctor Away Challenge
  • Meatless Monday Lunch Pitch-In
  • Fruit & Veggie Recipe Challenge
  • Most Colorful Dish Challenge

Cheers to spreading the health, one veggie at a time.

For more information, contact us at wellness@cairnstone.com.

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How To Eat More Fruits and Vegetables

Last Updated: February 16, 2018 2018 American Heart Association, Healthy For GoodTM, heart.org/healthyforgood

It’s good to add more fruits and vegetables to your diet for a variety of health benefits, including to lose weight. Whether you cook at home or eat out, try these easy ways to sneak more colorful, nutritious and delicious vegetables and fruits into your snacks and meals (even breakfast).

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