1: 1. Start with a smoothie: Blend fruits like berries and veggies like spinach for a tasty way to increase intake.

2: 2. Snack smart: Keep chopped fruits and sliced veggies in reach for quick, healthy snacks throughout the day.

3: 3. Get creative with salads: Mix fruits like apples and oranges with veggies like cucumbers and bell peppers for added flavor.

4: 4. Roast or grill vegetables: Enhance the natural sweetness of veggies like sweet potatoes, squash, and bell peppers with cooking methods.

5: 5. Incorporate fruits into main dishes: Add diced fruits like pineapple or mango to savory dishes for a touch of sweetness.

6: 6. Try new recipes: Experiment with different ways to prepare fruits and veggies to keep meals interesting and delicious.

7: 7. Use dips and sauces: Pair fruits and veggies with hummus, guacamole, or yogurt-based dips for added flavor and nutrients.

8: 8. Make fruit-infused water: Add slices of fruits like lemons, strawberries, or cucumbers to water for a refreshing way to stay hydrated.

9: 9. Set a goal: Encourage clients to set a daily goal for fruit and veggie intake to stay motivated and track progress.


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