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How to Get Your Daily Vegetable and Fruit Servings

Only one-third of Americans have 2 servings of fruits and 3 servings of veggies a day, reports the CDC, a startling stat, since these foods fuel your body with disease-fighting antioxidants. Here's how to sneak them into every meal.

By Jane Bianchi

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Spicy Salsa Chicken
Tina Rupp
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Top grilled chicken or a baked potato with 1/2 cup of salsa, or serve soup or rice in a carved-out pepper or tomato, or add 1 cup of peas to pasta sauce.

Originally published in the April 1, 2010, issue of Family Circle magazine.

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