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.
Amp Up Your Sandwiches
Aside from a meatloaf sub, we can't think of too many other bread-and-filling combos that wouldn't benefit from a few slices of fresh fruit tucked inside. Peanut butter and jelly is a fine breakfast but is even better with pieces of banana or pear (or try almond butter, which we love with blackberries). Turkey and Swiss take to tart apples like Granny Smiths, and tangy goat cheese goes well with strawberries. Another idea: Stir diced mango or halved grapes into chicken or tuna salad.
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