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Fox Gives Helpful Tips on How to Eat More Veggies

The news source suggests Meatless Mondays and vegetable-based pasta sauces for busy omnivores who are looking to bolster their health.

Rising health concerns have prompted many omnivores to replace their meat-laden dishes with veg-centric options. Fox News recently addressed the trend in its article, “7 Ways to Sneak More Vegetables Into Your Diet,” by giving consumers helpful tips on how to efficiently fortify their diets with plant-based options without hindering their busy schedules. “We all know vegetables are nutrient powerhouses … that help reduce our risk for many types of chronic disease,” notes Fox. “The challenge can be fitting the recommended three to five servings a day into your busy life.” The news source recommends adding greens to daily smoothies, using vegetable-based pasta sauces, substituting veggies for meat when dining out, and participating in Meatless Mondays.

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