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Want to Eat Healthier? Add These Green Veggies to Your Diet

No excuses — you know they’re good for you!

It’s easy being green. Especially when it comes to vegetables.

An suggests we should include 10 servings of fruits and vegetables in our daily diet. Not an easy task in our grab-and-go, pop-and-serve, drive-through lifestyle.




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Author of the “Real Life Series” & “Please God, Make Me A Writer” | Writing on life, relationships, personal success, health, humanity |

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