Forming healthy habits, like eating more fruits and vegetables, can be tough. Though regularly eating fruit is a health habit that we should embrace. This may explain why, according to a study by the Center for Disease Control, only 1 out of 10 American adults eats enough produce.
According to research, habits are more likely to be formed when there is a consistent cue (something reminding you do something) and repetition in the behavior (you do something frequently and repeatedly). With this in mind, one of the most effective ways to remember to eat more produce is by keeping a well-stocked fruit bowl in plain view!
Besides looking beautiful in your kitchen, dining room or office, fruit bowls keep satisfying fruit front and center. Intuitive eating is also a growing trend and a full-to-the-brim fruit bowl is well-suited to this eating pattern! Try out these tips that will help you eat more fruits and vegetables while developing healthier eating habits as a whole:
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