5 Surprising Ways to Work Fruit into Your Diet
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommends about 2 cups a day, which means you can eat four small bananas...or try some of these easy tweaks to the foods you already eat.
Tap Into the Ice Pop Craze with No-Frills Ingredients
Hibiscus-pomegranate and papaya agua fresca ice pops may be all the rage, but plain old strawberry-yogurt pops are just as tasty, are a snap to make and deliver about 1/4 cup fruit per serving. In a food processor or blender, whiz berries; plain, strawberry, vanilla or blueberry Greek yogurt; lemon juice; and honey until smooth. (For ratios, see this recipe.) Pour the mixture into molds and freeze.